Euro coins have a common side and a national side, which is different for each euro country. Do you know to which European countries the different 2-euro coins belong?
About euro coins:
Each euro country can decide for itself which symbols and text are placed on the national side, the so-called head-side, of the euro coins. However, these symbols may not be revised annually, but only at the same time as a change of the common side. Exception to this rule applies to the monarchies and the Vatican, who may also adjust the national side in the event of a change in the head of state.