After one week of voting, over 11 000 people from all over Europe have given their choice of their favourite design. The largest number of votes has come from the three Baltic states.
The biggest share of voters comes from Estonia, followed closely by those of Latvia and Lithuania. Alongside those Baltic voters, people from all over Europe have voted for the design of the Baltic coin.
It must be stressed that votes will only count and be entered in the draw after they are confirmed by the email that is sent to each voter after they have made their choice on the website. If voters want to participate in the draw they have to make sure they click on the link in their mailbox.
The voting lasts until midnight on 5 April. Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians from all over the world and friends of the Baltic states have a week left to make their voices count and have a say on how the two-euro commemorative coin dedicated to the centenary of the three states will look.