Euro Day is observed next on Sunday, January 1st, 2023 (187 days from today).
E-day is not electronic day; it means Euro Day, at first. Do you know what exactly does E day commemorate? How many people use the euro around the world? These are questions that many people have never been to Europe would like to know the answers.
The Euro has been an interesting topic since 1999 with its climbs and drops. Besides, it caused many controversies in many countries and it reflected the mindset of today’s Europe. Because of these reasons, there will be an own day for it.
The History of Euro Day
Twelve countries of European Union (except Britain) have accepted about the single currency that called the Euro in 1 January 2002. The European Central Bank have to provide 16 billion Euro notes and 56 billion Euro coins – enough paper to circle the equator 50 times and enough metal to build 35 Eiffel Towers. The people will get chaos because they pay in old currencies and receive new currencies or try to pay for things by old and new money. The changeover will hold from one to 2 months and make the national currencies loss. Someone in these countries has problems because they keep their money in their houses than in the bank. It affects gangs in Eastern Europe, who exchange illegal coins as American dollar. This point can distort exchange rate and make the dollar high.
How to Celebrate Euro Day
If you do not know too much about Europe knowledge, E-day is a perfect day for you to discover a little. You can study about unique history, culture, customs and cuisine. For example, you can enjoy a Hollywood film or simply prepare a meal. You can find a Europe recipe that you have not tried. Therefore, what do you want to do in E-day? Let ensure that this day helps you get to know European culture better.
ObservedEuro Day has been observed annually on January 1st.
Friday, January 1st, 2021
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