Παρασκευή, 2 Δεκεμβρίου 2011

When the euro launched......

A youngster, known as a euro ambassador, tries his hardest to explain the new currency to an elderly man at a market on the outskirts of Rome, November 30, 2001. REUTERS-Paolo Cocco

City volunteers display specimen euro notes at a Paris street market as part of an ongoing exercise to familiarize the French public to the new currency in their daily lives, June 15, 2001. REUTERS-Mal Langsdon

A 'euro calculator' is demonstrated in Bonn, December 29, 1998. REUTERS-Arnd Wiegmann

Demonstrators asking for the annulment of the Maastricht treaty march in the streets of Paris holding banners reading, 'For a democratic Europe for the people, No to the Euro ' on May 16, 1998.REUTERS-Jean-Christophe Kahn

French cashiers closely inspect a real 20 euro banknote for the first time during a training session at a store in Mundolsheim, near Strasbourg, November 23, 2001. REUTERS-Vincent Kessler

French President Jacques Chirac delivers a New Year address, saying that  'The Euro is going to change Europe and above all people's attitudes' on December 31, 1998. REUTERS-Charles Platiau

A consumer reads a guide about the euro currency while queuing to purchase a Euro kit at a Rome post office, December 15, 2001. REUTERS-Alessia Pierdomenico

Children wait for the release of about 3,000 balloons bearing the euro symbol to mark the currency's birth, in Brussels, December 31, 1999. REUTERS-Nathalie Koulischer

About 10,000 people surround a euro symbol in front of the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt during a weekend of festivities to mark the birth of the new currency, January 1, 1999. REUTERS-Kai Pfaffenbach

Euro logos are projected onto the Cinquantenaire monument in Brussels as the euro became legal tender in 12 of the 15 EU states, January 1, 2002REUTERS-Yves Herman

A lone anti-euro protester stands in Westminster in central London, June 9, 2003. REUTERS-Stephen Hird

A woman displays a so called 'euro starter kit' and a twenty German Mark note at Berlin's town hall, December 17, 2001. REUTERS-Fabrizio Bensch

Price labels in Deutschmarks and euro's at a drugstore in Siegburg, near Bonn, December 16, REUTERS-Michael Urban




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