European Union Euro

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European Union Euro Amsterdam Reviews

Africancrab Africanc…
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The Euro Mar 06, 2009
It has not been long since the European Union decided to come up with \a common trading currency for it's members. Prior to the Euro individual European countries had their own legal tenders and those who are not part of the European Union like England and Switzerland still hold their own currency.

The Euro is a stronger curreny than the dollar ranking at #2 on the top trading currencies of the world. When I was in Amsterdam recently I was able to see the 100 Euro bill which I had never seen or used. The largest I had ever used was the 50 Euro note. Like the dollar, the 20 Euro note is much more available than the bigger denominations.
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ryanair888 says:
England (Great Britain) is a member of the European Union ;-)))
Posted on: Oct 08, 2009
Africancrab says:
Bernard, this kind of paper is good to have because it is valuable heheheeee. Thanks for the comment
Posted on: Mar 06, 2009
bernard69 says:
I saw several in the pockets of a Frenchfriend who manage several business in Asia ,on NYE when he had paid his bill in a famous restaurant in Lyon:I have only this kind of paper one time!
Posted on: Mar 06, 2009
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