Italian euro have been issued since 2002 at the Italian Mint in Rome. Each euro coin has a unique design of the national side, which was chosen by the public as a result of an interactive vote on the national television channel:
1 Euro cent - image of Castel del Monte Castle in Andria
2 Euro cents - Mole Antonellian Tower in Turin
5 Euro cents - Roman Colosseum
10 Euro cents - a fragment of the painting "Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli
20 Euro cents - sculpture "Unique forms of continuity in space" by Umberto Bochchoni
50 Euro cents - monument to Mark Aurelius, located in the Palazzo Nuovo Palace in Rome
1 euro - drawing by Leonardo da Vinci "Vitruvian Man"
2 euro - portrait of Dante Alighieri
Since 2004, Italy has issued commemorative and anniversary coins in denominations of 2 euro, dedicated to important events and outstanding Italian personalities. At the end of 2019, 25 commemorative coins were issued.
Also since 2003, collectible gold and silver euro coins of various denominations have been minted, of which there are already more than 150 types.
Italian euro coins: