0 Euro Chrobry Embankment, Szczecin

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Denomination
0 €
Country
Poland
Size
135 x 74 mm
Mintage
5000 pcs
Date of issue
2022-02
Series
0 euro
Price: 79.00 PLN
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A unique EUR 0 banknote.

The 0 Euro Souvenir banknote is a project that was launched in France in 2015 and has spread across Europe. The banknote is made from 100% cotton paper, which is used to produce the original euro banknotes. It contains a number of anti-counterfeiting features, including a hologram, watermark, microprinting, UV protection elements, etc.

Chrobry Embankment is an observation deck in Szczecin, Poland. Located on an escarpment along the Oder river, it is 500 metre (546.8 yard) long and, together with National Museum, Ducal Castle and Cathedral Basilica of St James the Apostle, it forms an urban and architectural plan.

It was designed and constructed under the supervision of Wilhelm Meyer-Schwartau between 1902 and 1921. It was commissioned by city mayor, Hermann Haken, after whom it was originally named following his death. After the city was transferred to Poland at the end of World War II, the observation deck was renamed after Bolesław I the Brave, a duke of Duchy of Poland and later a king of Kingdom of Poland, known in Polish as Bolesław Chrobry.

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