EUROSET 2020 PROOFID32777101
€70.00 (TAX incl.)
€57.85 (Taxes not incl.)
This collection with the circulating coins issued in 2020, minted in a handmade way with coin blanks and dies specially treated to obtain the maximum quality, proof quality, is presented in a limited edition of 1,500 units.
This year the collection includes the 2 euro conmemorative coin dedicated to the Aragon Mudejar Architecture, recognized in some representative buildings as World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
On the obverse, the image of the Tower of El Salvador (Teruel).
This is the eleventh coin in the annual series dedicated to the sites in Spain included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
|Maximum Mintage (units)||1,500|
EUROSET PROOF 2020
The Aragonese Mudejar architecture is an artistic movement within the Mudejar art that has its center in Aragon (Spain). The chronology of the Aragonese Mudejar goes from the 12th century to the 17th century and includes more than a hundred architectural monuments located, predominantly, in the valleys of the Ebro, Jalón and Jiloca, where there was a large population of Mudejars and Moors, who maintained their workshops and craft traditions. The architectural Mudejar in Aragon takes on functional schemes preferably from the Cistercian Gothic, although with some differences.
>p> It is characteristic the extraordinary ornamental development shown by the bell towers, such as the one depicted on the 2 euro commemorative coin. The tower of the church of El Salvador in Teruel is a building of the Aragonese Mudejar in Spain listed in 1986 as World Heritage. It was erected during the splendour of the kingdom of Aragon in the fourteenth century, when even the Muslim population survives in the city thanks to the privileges of Alfonso II.