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Announced issue: The 200th anniversary of the birth of Ľudovít Štúr

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Description: The design depicts a portrait of Ľudovít Štúr. Inscribed to the right of the portrait, parallel to the edge of the inner part of the coin, are the year of issuance ‘2015’ and, further right along the edge, the name of issuing country ‘SLOVENSKO’. Inscribed to the left of the portrait, parallel to the inner edge, are the dates of Štúr’s birth and death ‘1815–1856’ and, further left along the edge, the name ‘ĽUDOVÍT ŠTÚR’. In the upper right part of the design is the mint mark of the Kremnica Mint (Mincovňa Kremnica), consisting of the initials ‘MK’ placed between two dies. In the lower right part are the stylised letters ‘IŘ’, the initials of the designer, Ivan Řehák.
Issuing volume: 100 000 000 coins
Date of issue: October 2015
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The 10th anniversary of the accession of the Slovak Republic to the European Union

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Description: At the centre of the national side are the stylised letters "EÚ", as the abbreviation of the European Union, with the coat of arms of the Slovak Republic incorporated in the foreground. On the right-hand side of the inner part of the coin, in two lines, is the date of the Slovak Republic's accession to the European Union, "1.5.2004", and immediately below it the year "2014". Inscribed along the bottom edge of the inner part is the name of the issuing country, "SLOVENSKO", while in a semi-circle along the upper edge is the inscription "10. VÝROČIE VSTUPU DO EURÓPSKEJ ÚNIE".
Issuing volume: 1 million coins
Date of issue: April 2014
Official Journal: C89 28.03.2014

 

The 10th anniversary of the accession of the Slovak Republic to the European Union

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Description: At the centre of the national side are the stylised letters "EÚ", as the abbreviation of the European Union, with the coat of arms of the Slovak Republic incorporated in the foreground. On the right-hand side of the inner part of the coin, in two lines, is the date of the Slovak Republic's accession to the European Union, "1.5.2004", and immediately below it the year "2014". Inscribed along the bottom edge of the inner part is the name of the issuing country, "SLOVENSKO", while in a semi-circle along the upper edge is the inscription "10. VÝROČIE VSTUPU DO EURÓPSKEJ ÚNIE".
Issuing volume: 1 million coins
Date of issue: April 2014
Official Journal: C89 28.03.2014

 

The 1150th anniversary of the advent of the Mission of Constantine and Methodius to the Great Moravia

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Description: The design depicts the Thessalonian brothers Constantine and Methodius along with the symbolic double cross stood on three hills. The cross is at the same time held as a Bishop's crozier, thereby linking together symbols of statehood and Christianity and emphasising the significance of the brothers' mission, which helped ensure the full sovereignty and legitimacy of Great Moravia — the first Slav state in central Europe.
Issuing volume: 1 million coins
Date of issue: May 2013
Official Journal: C200 12.7.2013

 

All euro-area countries

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The Euro-sign in the centre of the coin shows that the Euro has become an element of particular importance in Europe as well all over the world as the Euro evolved to a global player in the international monetary system in the last 10 years. The design elements around the Euro-symbol on the coin express the importance of the Euro to the people, to the financial world (ECB tower), to trading (ships), to industry (factories), to the energy sector and research and development (wind power stations). The initials AH of the artist appear under the image of the ECB tower. The name(s) of the issuing country in the national language(s) appear(s) at the top, while the indication 2002-2012 appears at the bottom.

Issuing volume: 96 million coins
Date of issue: January 2012 
Official Journal: C017 20.01.2012

 

The 20th anniversary of the formation of the Visegrad Group

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The coin commemorates the 20th anniversary of the formation of the Visegrad Group. The Group is also known as the "Visegrád Four" or "V4" and is composed of the four Central European states – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Set up following a summit meeting of the Heads of state or government of Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland held in the Hungarian castle town of Visegrád on 15 February 1991, its main purpose is to cooperate in areas of common interest within the process of European integration.
Issuing volume: 1 million coins
Official Journal: C 5 8.1.2011, p8

 

20th anniversary of the “Day of fight for freedom and democracy”

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This coin commemorates the 20th anniversary of the peaceful student demonstration which took place in Prague on 17 November 1989 and was severely repressed by police. Demonstrations spread to other cities and heralded the end of the soviet era two years later.

Issuing volume: 1 million coins
Official Journal: C196 20.08.2009, p.7

 

Ten years of economic and monetary union (EMU) and the birth of the euro

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The centre of the coin shows a stylised human figure whose left arm is prolonged by the euro symbol. The initials ΓΣ of the artist appear below the euro symbol. The name(s) of the issuing country in the national language(s) appear(s) at the top, while the indication 1999-2009 and the acronym EMU translated into the national language(s) appear at the bottom.

Issuing volume: 84 085 000 million coins
Official Journal: C315 10.12.2008, p.8

 

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