Moneda conmemorativa de 2 Euros (Alemania)

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©Würmer on October 7, 2008

El edificio que aparece, a mi me recuerdo al "Berliner Dom", ¿crees que es ese?

(ah! no te entendi pidiendo esa informacion) Es el imagen del palacio de Schwerin, capital del estado "Mecklenburg-Vorpommern" que hoy sirve como sede del parliamento estatal. La foto ves en Wikipedia alemana, una foto de la moneda (solamente) en la version [espanola](http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mecklemburgo-Pomerania_Occidental

me gusta coleccionar...

a mi tambien me "gustaba"... hasta que hace 10+ anos se me accabo el especacio por completo!

© LDG on October 7, 2008

Gracias, ya la tengo ubicada.

Voy a seguir coleccionando, porque llegara un dia, que tambien me deje de espectar. Saludos.

Wim de Vries on October 9, 2008

Here you can see the original Castle of Schwerin luis Duro

Saludos, Wim

© LDG on October 9, 2008

Thanks Wim, your photo is fantastic. Greetings from Madrid, Luis Duro.

©Würmer on October 10, 2008

thanks for helping, Wim, always appreciated!

Wim de Vries on October 10, 2008

Thank you Luis Duro

Always welcome bartowian :-)

Greetings from Bonn, Wim

© LDG on October 10, 2008

Well thanks to Bartowian and Wim. I have more information to this coin, and the beautiful castle of "Mecklenburg-Vorpommern".

Greetings, Luis Duro.

Monica Sablone on October 11, 2008

Jejeje en mi viaje a España coleccione algunas... Peculiar que estas monedas vengan personalizadas a partir de su pais de curso...

© LDG on October 11, 2008

Si, es fantastico, y muchas veces te encuentras con monedas que nunca pensabas que existieran, como esta.

Gracias por tu visita Monica. Saludos, Luis Duro.

© LDG on October 19, 2008

Fabulosa pagina. Many thanks ianbartow for the information!!! Greetings, Luis Duro.

Wim de Vries on October 22, 2008

Thank you for the interesting link Ian!

Greetings, Wim

© LDG on October 23, 2008

Right Wim, it is a very interesting link. Do you also collect coins?

Lukasz892 on October 23, 2008
© LDG on October 23, 2008

Yes Lukasz892, this is a idea of a lunatic from Spain, but it is very curiously. This new, was in the news (TV) and newspaper a few days.

Thank you for your visit, and your contribution to this photo. Greetings from Madrid, Luis Duro.

Wim de Vries on October 23, 2008

Interesting Link Lukasz892 :-)

Luis Duro, yes I'm also collecting coins.

Greetings from Bonn, Wim

© LDG on October 23, 2008

Well, do you load a special coin in Pano?? I also collect Stamps!! Greetings, Luis Duro.

©Würmer on October 24, 2008

Homer Simpson Euro

my eyes!

the "Dekolleté-Quiz" on the right has Homer beat!

©Würmer on October 24, 2008

salio una tirada de 2 euros con el dibujo del Quijote, de uso normal, pero volvieron con el Rey Juan Carlos I.

Luis, a further 'insight' has hit me (regarding your original question); it seems that these "special mintings" are only produced for a one-year duration, after which there are no more made. What gets into circulation (rather than directly into collectors' coffins) slowly but surely disappears into the drawers and boxes of "occassional" collectors (of everything), like us... :)

I'm also collecting coins.

I changed to collecting "greenbacks" -- as it turns out, they do burn rather easily... :(

© LDG on October 24, 2008

Right bartowian the coins are as the humans. Their end is a box!!

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  • Uploaded on October 6, 2008
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    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-LS2
    • Taken on 2008/10/02 21:40:22
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