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The kuna is the currency of Croatia, in use since 30 May 1994, on the Statehood Day. It is subdivided into 100 lipa. The word "kuna" means "marten" in Croatian, referring to the historical use of marten pelts as units of value in medieval trading.
Release date: 30 May 2019
Designer: Damir Mataušić
Depicts a symbolic image of the coin with 25 small circles along the outer edge of the coin’s ring, which symbolise the 25 years of the introduction of the kuna as the monetary unit in the Republic of Croatia, is positioned within the coin core. The central part of the coin core features the number “25”, marking the anniversary year. The outlines of the number “25” reveal an image of a marten turned to the right, with the marten’s body integrated with the numeral.
OBLJETNICA UVOĐENJA KUNE
The centre of the coin core features the denomination numeral “25”. The outlines of the number “25” reveal an image of a marten turned to the right, with the marten’s body integrated with the denomination numeral. Positioned above the denomination numeral and the image of a marten is an image of the coat of arms of the Republic of Croatia. A common oak branch with acorns is positioned at the left, above the denomination numeral. The top right section above the denomination numeral on the coin’s ring bears the country name. The name of the monetary unit “KUNA” is inscribed at the left below the numeral. A laurel branch in bloom is positioned at the right below the numeral on the ring’s surface.
|Type||Commemorative Issue (Circulating)|
Croatian Monetary Institute (HNZ)