Common Baltic Commemorative coin

Dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Baltic States

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Woven folk sash is a symbol unifying the Baltic States

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The Baltic "sisters" with plaited hair

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Wishing the Baltic States a bright and sunny future!

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The three Baltic States as three hands that together symbolically hold and protect Freedom.

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The evergreen pine, its branches reaching upwards, is a resilient tree that can survive even in the most hostile environment.

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The three Baltic States are the three branches of the Tree of Light, which grows strong on the coast of the Baltic Sea.

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Woven folk sash is a symbol unifying the Baltic States

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The Baltic "sisters" with plaited hair

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Wishing the Baltic States a bright and sunny future!

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The three Baltic States as three hands that together symbolically hold and protect Freedom.

View
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The evergreen pine, its branches reaching upwards, is a resilient tree that can survive even in the most hostile environment.

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The three Baltic States are the three branches of the Tree of Light, which grows strong on the coast of the Baltic Sea.

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The common Baltic two-euro coin will feature the design by Lithuanian designer Justas Petrulis
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2017-04-11

The online vote for the design of the two-euro coin dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Baltic states ended on 6 April. The winning design received 30% of the votes and depicts the common past, present and future of the Baltic states as one...

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