|The value||1 евро|
|The mark of the mint||"F" - Штутгарт|
The coat of arms of Germany — the official state symbols of the Federal Republic of Germany. The image is a black eagle with red paws on a gold background. Eagle on a gold background appeared in the times of Charles the Great the emblem of the Holy Roman Empire. In XV century the eagle became double-headed with a single crown above the two heads. Later, in the nineteenth century the double-headed eagle became the symbol of power (the arms) of Austria-Hungary.
Obverse: In the center - Federal eagle — the symbol of German sovereignty, the stylized coat of arms of Germany, under it the year of minting and the letter of the mint otchekanili coin. On the edge of the coin depicts the 12 stars of the European Union
Reverse: Map of Europe located on the right side. On the background of the map shows six vertical lines. At the ends of these lines are 12 stars. To the left of the card has a numerical value. On the card is a horizontal inscription "EURO"