|New version of Euromania goes online. It's v4.0 and I hope it will be online for a long time! The Euromania's style is completely changed.
DAGA International Awards is back!
Now accepting applications.
So I wish you a pleasant stay and have a nice day! --->
Next domain www.euromania.eu
The euro conversion rates are: 1 Euro =
|Belgian franc 40.3399
||Deutsche Mark 1.95583
|Greek drachma 340.750
||Spanish peseta 166.386
|French franc 6.55957
||Irish pound 0.787564
|Italian lira 1936.27
||Luxembourg franc 40.3399
|Dutch guilder 2.20371
||Austrian schilling 13.7603
|Portuguese escudo 200.482
||Finnish markka 5.94573
From January 1st, 2002, the new banknotes and coins went into legal course in all the countries of the European Union that are part of the Eurozone. Those countries are: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, The Netherlands, Portugal, San Marino, Spain and Vatican City.
- New member countries (From May 01, 2004):
Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey.
Survey: Which Stamp do you prefer?
Enlargement Ceremony, 1 May.
The Irish Presidency of the European Union will stage a ceremony in Dublin to mark the historic enlargement, attended by the Heads of State and Government of all 25 EU Member States.
Saturday May 1 will mark one of the most important days in recent European history. The accession of ten new member states to the European Union signifies the re-unification of Europe and the ending of the artificial divisions of the last century.
Celebrations are taking place all over the continent to commemorate the biggest expansion in the history of the European Union, and to welcome Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia as new members of the European Union.
Euro mψnter, Euro Mόnzen, Monedas en euros, Les piθces
Euro coins, Monete in euro, Euromunten, Moedas de euros,
Eurokolikot, Euro mynt.