The Europe Programme, which started in 2004, is a cooperation between several countries of the European Union to issue a series of commemorative coins depicting important aspects of our common European identity.
Under the motto "European Heritage", the 17th series of collector coins of the Europe Programme is issued, and the 5th and final series of the new Programme for the period 2016-2020: Ages of Europe, dedicated to the Gothic style.
On the obverse, the centre of the coin reproduces a portrait of His Majesty King Don Felipe VI, wearing distinctive of Captain General.
On the reverse, three motifs are reproduced in oval frames: the left oval contains a view of the main façade of the Cathedral of Toledo; the right oval contains an image of María de Molina, from a painting kept in the Monastery of Santa María la Real de Huelgas, in Valladolid and the lower oval reproduces a detail of the Triforio Poniente stained glass window, Panel Tr. XVII, b4 of the Leon Cathedral.