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Wednesday, 22 January 2014

World's biggest Australia's one-tonne gold coin goes on European tour

largest gold coin in the world weighing 1 ton on display in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna (Kunsthistorisches Museum). Two years ago it was made ​​of pure gold minted in honor of the 60th anniversary of the coronation of Elizabeth 2nd in Australia. Denomination of this gold coin equals one millon Australian dollars. In diameter it is 80 centimeters, in thickness  12 centimeters. On one side of the coin depicts the symbol of Australian kangaroo, and for the other side - the Queen of England. Note Vienna unique coin will stay until January 25. After that, the largest coin can be viewed in Berlin, Stuttgart and Munich. The coin will travel to Vienna, Munich, Stuttgart, Cologne and Berlin to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Australian Kangaroo Gold Coin program.

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