|Lithuania to Join the Eurozone|
The two sides of the Lithuanian 2 Euro coin. Photo courtesy lb.lt
The Lithuanian Euros have already been minted in readiness for 2015. The illustration shows the two sides of the Lithuanian 2 Euro coin. One side is the same for all countries in the Eurozone, the other side is specific to a particular country. Even though Lithuania has not been a member of the Eurozone until now, its currency (Litas) has been tied to the Euro for a long time at 1 Euro = 3.45 Litas.
Further information: http://www.lithuaniatribune.com 16/07/14