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Ukraine issues commemorative Euro 2012 coins


The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has unveiled a series of commemorative coins to celebrate the Uefa Euro 2012 football championships, the finals of which are being held in Ukraine.

The 12 coins depict the municipal arms of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lviv and Donetsk, the Ukrainian host cities of matches, as well as images of football players and a map of Europe. The coins' face values range from 5 to 500 Ukrainian hryvnia ($0.62 to $62) and they are mostly made of gold and silver. Some coins are also

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