What is the picture on the 5 euro note?

What is the picture on the 5 euro note?

of Europa
Portrait Hologram: When the note is tilted, the silver-coloured holographic stripe reveals the portrait of Europa-the same one as in the watermark. The stripe also reveals a window and the value of the banknote.

Who is the lady on the 5 euro note?

Greek goddess Europa
The ancient Greek goddess Europa features on a new five-euro note unveiled by the European Central Bank. It appears as both a watermark and hologram on the note, which otherwise largely resembles its predecessor.

What pictures are on euro banknotes?

3.4 Portrait hologram On the €20 banknotes of the Europa series, the hologram shows the value of the banknote, a portrait of Europa, the architectural motif and the euro symbol (€).

Are Euro notes changing?

The European Central Bank (ECB) will select a new design for euro banknotes by 2024. The eurozone currency was first introduced in 1999, with coins and banknotes being launched in 2002.

Are euro notes changing?

What are on the backs of the euro bills?

All the notes of the initial series of euro notes bear the European flag, a map of the continent on the reverse, the name “euro” in both Latin and Greek script (EURO / ΕΥΡΩ) and the signature of a president of the ECB, depending on when the banknote was printed.

What are the current euro notes?

Euro Note Series There are two series of banknotes. The first series was issued in 2002 and comprises seven denominations: €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500. The second series, or Europa series, consists of six denominations and was completed with the issuance of the €100 and €200 on 28 May 2019.

Do euro banknotes expire?

Can I still use my old notes? At the moment, the original series of euro banknotes can still be issued alongside the Europa series, until remaining stocks are used up. However, once this happens they will be gradually phased out and eventually stop being legal tender.

What euro notes are in circulation?

Current Bank Notes Euro banknotes exist in seven different denominations: €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500. They are legal tender throughout the euro area. They feature architectural styles from different periods in Europe’s history.

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