The Europe Programme, which began in 2004, is a cooperation between several European Union member states to issue a series of collector coins that commemorate important aspects of our common European identity.

On the obverse, whose structure is common in the coins of the collection, a portrait of His Majesty King Don Felipe VI is reproduced. The lower part of the piece shows the common mark adopted by the countries issuing coins for the Europa Program.

On the reverse, three motifs are reproduced, framed in three ovals: on the left there is a view of the main façade of the Cathedral of Toledo; on the right, an image of María de Molina, belonging to a painting that is kept in the Monastery Santa María la Real de Huelgas, in Valladolid; and in the lower oval there is a detail of a stained-glass window of the Cathedral of León.