Bringing facts and figures to the people
The exhibition has three distinctive areas:
1) The first one gives a brief overview of the history of economic and monetary integration by dates at which EU countries have accessed the European Union (1957, 1973, 1981, etc.). Each country is also presented separately.
2) The second area addresses main questions about the euro (the impact on the level of prices and national sovereignties, the main benefits, the EU response to the crisis, the future of the Economic and monetary Union (EMU))
3) The third area summarizes all the above for kid's with panels, games and videos.
Have a look at it by watching the video below.