Euro of Cyprus

Catalog of Cypriot coins in euro

1 cent
16,25 mm
2,30 g
steel, copper
1 centesimo di euro di Cipro
2 cents
18,75 mm
3,06 g
steel, copper
2 centesimi di euro di Cipro
5 cents
21,25 mm
3,92 g
steel, copper
5 centesimi di euro di Cipro
10 cents
19,75 mm
4,10 g
Nordic gold
10 centesimi di euro di Cipro
20 cent
22,25 mm
5,74 g
Nordic gold
20 centesimi di euro di Cipro
50 cents
24,25 mm
7,80 g
Nordic gold
50 centesimi di euro di Cipro
1 euro
23,25 mm
7,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
1 euro Cipro
2 euro
25,75 mm
8,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
2 euro Cipro

Cypriot euro

links: Central Bank of Cyprus

Cyprus joined the European Union on May 1, 2004 and the European Monetary Union on January 1, 2008. The euro replaced the Cyprus pound (CYP) with an exchange rate of 1 euro = 0.585274 CYP.

The pictures on the national sides of the euro coins in Cyprus have been defined with a competition held in 2005. The Central Bank of Cyprus also instructed the designers Erik Maell (US) and Tatiana Soteropoulosdalla (Greek) to realize the final drawings of euro coins of Cyprus, while the minting of coins, as happened in the case of Greece, took place in the Finnish Mint Vantaa, as shown by the letter F appears in the coins. Although the competition required to include in the design of the coins the name of Cyprus in Greek (ΚΥΠΡΟΣ), Turkish (KIBRIS) and English (CYPRUS), English is not present in the final coins.

The images used for the national sides are:

2 euro commemorative coins

10th anniversary of Economic and Monetary Union
2 euro Cyprus 2009
Ten years of the Euro
2 euro Cyprus 2012
30th Anniversary of the Flag of Europe
2 euro Cyprus 2015
Paphos, European Capital of Culture
2 euro Cyprus 2017
30 years since the foundation of the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics
2 euro Cyprus 2020