Estonia - 2 cents 2012 (Geographical image of Estonia)
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Greece - 10 lepta 1976 (Charging bull)
Germany - 2 euros 2013 (Maulbronn Abbey in Baden-Wurttemberg)
Greece - 1 cent 2012 (Athenian triere)
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Explanation: Official name: Oriental Republic of Uruguay. Monetary unit: peso = 100 centésimos. Uruguayan new peso (NUr$) replaced the old peso in November 1973 at the rate of 1 new peso to 1,000 old peso. 1 Uruguayan new peso (NUr$) = 100 centésimos. The peso uruguayo (Uruguayan peso (Ur$)) replaced the new Uruguayan peso (NUr$) on March 1, 1993 at the rate of 1 Uruguayan peso = 1,000 new Uruguayan pesos. Current Monetary unit: 1 peso uruguayo (Uruguayan peso (Ur$)) = 100 centisimos
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