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Euro 0 banknotes issued in Europe, revealing the production process of Euro banknotes in European banknote printing factories!

Source: Time:2019-05-30 15:43:36 浏览次数:

Recently, who is the most popular in your circle of friends?



Xiaobian's circle of friends was painted by Mr. Shan Jixiang, the "master" of the Forbidden City. Everyone is saying that Shan Jixiang was delayed by the status of curator. Xiaobian was also rounded up in minutes.



The thing is like this, he told a story about how he received the leader in those days, and let the leader approve him 4 billion yuan after saying that. What's more, this kind of operation?!





Of course, Shan Jixiang is not only a first-class duan, but also a first-class and professional dean. Driven by him, the Palace Museum has more and more places to see. From 30% in the beginning to 76% in 2016, it will increase to 85.02% in 2025.



Recently, driven by Shan Jixiang, the Palace Museum signed a strategic cooperation agreement with China National Money Printing and Minting Corporation.



It is understood that the two sides will jointly design and develop a series of thematic monetary and cultural products. It is especially worth looking forward to that the Palace Museum and China Banknote Printing and Minting Corporation will jointly design and develop a series of thematic monetary and cultural projects for the 600th anniversary of the completion of the Forbidden City in 2020 and the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Palace Museum in 2025 to meet the cultural needs of the public and money collectors who love the history and culture of the Palace Museum.



Xiaobian is full of expectations, so we must have a collection, if we have money...



If you don't have money, Xiaobian will collect a set of euros. It's estimated that you don't know if you have 0 euro banknotes. But does it cost nothing to collect them? That's Xiaobian's guess, haha?



Are you curious to know what happened to the 0 euro bill? In fact, the thing is as follows:



This year, Germany issued a note commemorating the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's reform, with a face value of 0 euros. As a result, there was a heated discussion at home. The European Central Bank broke the rules and began issuing 0 euros face value notes.