2-Euro Issues

The main purposes of minting and issuing €2 coins are cultural/artistic dissemination and the commemoration of major events.

2017 - Santa María del Naranco

2007 - Santa María del Naranco

In 2017, a €2 commemorative coin dedicated to the Santa María del Naranco Church (Asturias)..

The façade of this representative of the Asturian pre-Romanesque art building is depicted on the obverse of this coin.

This is the eighth coin in the annual series dedicated to places in Spain which have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

BOE: Orden ministerial (ECC/801/2016)

Places in Spain included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites


2016 – Aqueduct of Segovia

2-Euros commemorative coin. Aqueduct of Segovia. Click to see the enlarged image. Open in new window

In 2016, a €2 commemorative coin dedicated to the Aqueduct of Segovia is put into circulation.

An image of the aqueduct appears in the centre of the coin's obverse.

This is the seventh coin in the annual series dedicated to places in Spain which have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Places in Spain included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites


2015 – 30th Anniversary of the European Flag

Imagen de la moneda - 2 Euros - 30 Aniversario de la Bandera Europea

In 2015, a €2 commemorative coin is put into circulation to mark the 30th Anniversary of the European Flag.

The obverse shows a flag as a symbol of unity among people and cultures with common visions and ideals through which to build a better future. The coin is noted for its 12 stars which turn into human figures engaged in the birth of a new Europe.


2014 - Proclamation of His Majesty King Felipe VI

2014 - Proclamación de Su Majestad el Rey Don Felipe VI

In 2014, a €2 commemorative coin dedicated to the Proclamation of His Majesty Felipe VI is put into circulation.

In the centre of the obverse, the image of His Majesty King Felipe VI overlaps that of His Majesty King Juan Carlos.


2015 - Altamira Cave

Moneda 2 Euros conmemorativa 2015. Click para ver imagen ampliada. Se abre en ventana nueva

In 2015, a €2 commemorative coin dedicated to the Altamira Cave is put into circulation.

In the centre of the coin's obverse, there is an image of the cave's iconic painting of a bison.

This is the sixth coin in the annual series dedicated to places in Spain which have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Places in Spain included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites


2014 - Park Güell

Moneda 2 Euros conmemorativa 2014. Click para ver imagen ampliada. Se abre en ventana nueva

In 2014, a €2 commemorative coin dedicated to Park Güell (Barcelona) is put into circulation as a tribute to the space created by architect Antoni Gaudí in the early twentieth century.

In the foreground of the obverse, there is an image of the huge lizard or dragon for which the park is renowned. The middle ground shows a detail of one of the pavilions at the park's entrance.

This is the fifth coin in the annual series dedicated to places in Spain which have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Places in Spain included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites


2013 - Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial

2013 - Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial

In 2013, a €2 commemorative coin dedicated to the monastery, Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, is put into circulation.

In the centre of the obverse, there is an image of Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, a site of historical monuments under the management of Patrimonio Nacional.

This is the fourth coin in the annual series dedicated to places in Spain which have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Places in Spain included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites


2012 - 10th Anniversary of the Euro

2012 - X Aniversario del Euro

Eurozone citizens and residents chose the winning design for a new euro coin to commemorate the tenth anniversary of euro banknotes and coins. Nearly 35,000 people voted online for their favourite design out of the five shortlisted by a professional panel of judges. The design competition was open to all citizens across the eurozone.

The winner was Helmut Andexlinger, whose design symbolises the way in which the euro has acquired an unquestionable weight worldwide over the last 10 years and the major role it plays in the life of the ordinary citizen (represented by the people appearing in the design), in trade (the ship), in industry (the factory) and in energy (the wind farms).

Further information is available on the European Central Bank website.


2012 - Burgos Cathedral

2012 - Catedral de Burgos

In 2012, the sixth issue of a €2 commemorative coin is put into circulation, dedicated on this occasion to Burgos Cathedral, one of the finest examples of Gothic art. It was awarded the designation of World Heritage Site in 1984.

The reverse bears an image of Burgos Cathedral. After the 2011 issue this will be the third coin in the annual series dedicated to places in Spain which have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Places in Spain included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites.

Further information is available on the European Central Bank website.


2011 - Alhambra, Generalife y Albaicín de Granada

2011 - Alhambra, Generalife y Albaicín de Granada

In the first half of 2011, the fifth issue of a €2 commemorative coin will be put into circulation, dedicated on this occasion to Granada's Alhambra, Generalife and Albaicín.

The reverse will bear an image of the matchless Patio de los Leones, part of the Alhambra. After the 2010 issue, this will be the second coin in the annual series dedicated to places in Spain which have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Places in Spain included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites.

Further information is available on the European Central Bank website.


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