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"With the entry into force of the Act introducing the Euro, from 1 January 2007 Slovenia ’s currency became the euro, and euro banknotes and coins became legal tender. Slovenia introduced the euro as the first of the ten countries that joined the EU on 1 May 2004. As of 1 January 2007, the euro became a legal tender in Slovenia, following an irrevocably fixed exchange rate of 1 EUR = 239,640 SIT. From 15 January 2007, only euro banknotes and coins can be paid in Slovenia; until 14 January 2007 there was a dual circulation period, in which tolar bankonotes and coins could be used for cash payments. Payment notes and tolar banknotes are exchangeable at Bank of Slovenia counters with no time limit, while the final day for exchanging tolar coins was 3 January 2017."

SOURCE: BANKA SLOVENIJE

Gold coin that weight 7 g and is made out of .900 Gold. Minted 500 specimens. "After the end of the First World War, the region of Prekmurje was awarded to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes under the accords of the Paris Peace C..
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"After the Spring of Nations in 1848, and the March revolution that hit the Habsburg Empire, the demand to found a Slovene university was an integral part of the Slovene political programme. But the Austrian authorities turned a deaf ear to thi..
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"After the Spring of Nations in 1848, and the March revolution that hit the Habsburg Empire, the demand to found a Slovene university was an integral part of the Slovene political programme. But the Austrian authorities turned a deaf ear to thi..
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"After the end of the First World War, the region of Prekmurje was awarded to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes under the accords of the Paris Peace Conference. This was attended by Dr Matija Slavič, then a member of Maribor’s natio..
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35.00 EUR
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"After the end of the First World War, the region of Prekmurje was awarded to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes under the accords of the Paris Peace Conference. This was attended by Dr Matija Slavič, then a member of Maribor’s natio..
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Silver coin that weight 15 g and is made out of .925 Silver. Minted 1500 specimens. "After the end of the First World War, the region of Prekmurje was awarded to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes under the accords of the Paris P..
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You are buying geniune EURO coin SET issued in 2019 by Bank of Slovenia...
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"Bees and other pollinators are very important for people’s lives, especially in terms of sustainable agricultural production, ensuring food security and preventing hunger in the world. As much as a third of food produced in the world depends o..
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"Bees and other pollinators are very important for people’s lives, especially in terms of sustainable agricultural production, ensuring food security and preventing hunger in the world. As much as a third of food produced in the world depends o..
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"After four bloody years, the “War to end all wars” ended with the signing of three armistices: by the Ottoman Empire in October 1918, Austria-Hungary on 4 November 1918 and finally by Germany on 11 November of the same year. The war changed th..
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"After four bloody years, the “War to end all wars” ended with the signing of three armistices: by the Ottoman Empire in October 1918, Austria-Hungary on 4 November 1918 and finally by Germany on 11 November of the same year. The war changed th..
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"After four bloody years, the “War to end all wars” ended with the signing of three armistices: by the Ottoman Empire in October 1918, Austria-Hungary on 4 November 1918 and finally by Germany on 11 November of the same year. The war changed th..
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You are buying geniune EURO coin SET issued back in 2018 by Bank of Slovenia...
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Silver coin that weight 15g and is made out of .925 silver. Minted only 2000 specimens. "In 1917 Slovene, Croatian and Serbian members of the Vienna parliament came together to form the Yugoslav Club. The leader of the club, Anton Korošec (..
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45.00 EUR
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You are buying geniune EURO coin SET issued back in 2017 by Bank of Slovenia. It contains:1 coin for 1 cent (" A stork is featured on the 1 cent coin. ")1 coin for 2 cent (" The 2 cent coin features the Prince’s Stone, where Karatanian dukes were ent..
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"In the middle of the 15th century, handwritten literature began to be replaced by the first printed texts called incunabula. There were no printing presses in the Slovenian lands at that time, but Jernej Pelušič and Jernej Budrio, two natives of Kop..
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You are buying geniune EURO coin SET issued back in 2013 by Bank of Slovenia...
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