- 35th anniversary of the Erasmus programme
- 150th anniversary of the birth of architect Jože Plečnik
- 500th anniversary of the birth of Adam Bohorič (2020)
- Centenary of the founding of the University of Ljubljana (2019)
- 200th anniversary of the founding of the Provincial Museum for Carniola, the first museum in Slovenia (2021)
- World Bee Day (2018)
- 10th anniversary of the introduction of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
- 25th anniversary of independence of the Republic of Slovenia (2016)
- 30th anniversary of the European Union flag (2015)
- Emona – Ljubljana (2015)
- 600th anniversary of the coronation of Barbara of Celje (2014)
- 800th anniversary of visits to Postojna Cave (2013)
- 10th anniversary of Euro Cash (2012)
- 100th anniversary of the birth of the national hero Franc Rozman – Stane (2011)
- 200th anniversary of the Botanic Gardens in Ljubljana (2010)
- 10th Anniversary of the Economic and Monetary Union (2009)
- 500th anniversary of the birth of Primoz Trubar (2008)
- 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10th anniversary of Euro Cash (2012)
After the introduction of the euro as book money in January 1999, 12 EU Member States placed the first euro banknotes and coins into circulation on 1 January 2002. Ten years later euro banknotes and coins are legal tender in the 17 countries of the euro-area (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta, Slovakia and Estonia). There are seven denominations of euro banknote in circulation, which are the same in all euro area countries. The eight denominations of coin have a common European side, and a national side unique to each country of the euro area. The euro is a major international currency, and has even overtaken the US dollar in terms of the value in circulation.
Commemorative €2 coin
The euro area countries are issuing a commemorative €2 coin with a single national design for the third time (Euro area countries - Feature: Ten years of euro). The design was chosen in a competition held by the European Commission. A total of 800 designs were submitted, five of which were chosen by an expert panel and were published online for a public vote. A total of 35,000 votes were received from residents of the euro area, and the winning design with 34% of the votes was by Helmut Andexlinger, a designer at the Austrian Mint.
The motifs on the coin symbolise the way in which during these ten years the euro has had a decisive impact on people (human figures), trade (a ship), industry (a factory) and energy (wind turbines).
Original design: Helmut Andexlinger / Avstrija.
Minting: Mincovna Kremnica, š.p., Kremnica / Slovakia.
- Minted: 1 million coins.
- Date of issue: 3 January 2012.
Official Journal of the EU, 2012/C 17/05 - 20. 1. 2012.
€2 commemorative coin in special packeging
The Bank of Slovenia has prepared a special €2 proof commemorative coin issued to mark the 10th anniversary of Euro Cash:
- 2,000 coins mounted in card and
- 10,000 coins in special packaging (capsule).
They are on sale in January 2012.
Production and minting: Mincovna Kremnica, š.p., Kremnica / Slovaška.
The list of Banka Slovenije's numismatic products and their availability as well as their price can be found at the following web page.