Greece 10 euros 2011 - Athletic event - Special Olympics 2011

Greece 10 euros 2011 - Athletic event - Special Olympics 2011 Greece 10 euros 2011 - Athletic event - Special Olympics 2011
Obverse of Greece 10 euros 2011 - Athletic event - Special Olympics 2011
Details The 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games were held during Summer 2011 in Athens, Greece, from 25 June to 4 July 2011. Special Olympics is the world's largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions to more than 3.1 million athletes in 175 countries. Alternating between summer and winter, the Special Olympics World Games are held every two years. Often the Games are the largest sporting event to take place in the World that year. There are also local, national and regional competitions in over 175 countries worldwide.

The obverse of the coin shows the emblem of the Games, a radiant sun the source of life that underlines the excellence and power of the athlete that takes part in the Games. Excellence is depicted in the olive branch and power in the spiral form in the center of the sun. The reverse of the coin show an athletic event.

Issue price: 40 euros
Specifications Diameter - 40mm Thickness - N/A Weight - 34.1gr
Composition Silver .925 (sterling)
Edge Plain
Comments Legend: XIII SPECIAL OLYMPICS W.S.G. ATHENS 2011 - HELLENIC REPUBLIC
Mintage 2,000 pieces

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