Greek copper nickel UNC coin 2 euros, Europa abducted by Zeus, Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2005. Portrays a scene from a mosaic in Sparta (third century AD), showing Europa being abducted by Zeus, who has taken the form of a bull. In Greek mythology Europa was a beautiful Phoenician princess, daughter of Agenor and Telephassa. Zeus saw her gathering flowers and immediately fell in love with her. Zeus transformed himself into a white bull and carried Europa away to the island of Crete. He then revealed his true identity and Europa became the first queen of Crete.
Blister, Official issue Hellenic euro coin set + 10 euro silver coin, for the mount olympus ,Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2005. Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece, its altitude ranging from 600 to 2,917 meters at its highest peak. Olympus is a place name given to several mountains in Greece, Asia Minor and Cyprus and aAccording to the prevailing view, it means "high mountain". In ancient Greek Mythology, Olympus was the home of the gods, under the rule of Zeus. In 1987 the mountain was declared a National Park, the first in Greece, and in 1981 Unesco declared it an "International Biosphere Reserve".
Blister, Official issue Vaticano euro coin set, Following the death of Pope John Paul II in April 2005, the Vatican issued special coins during the period of Sede vacante depicting the emblem of the Apostolic Chamber and the coat of arms of the Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. , maximum number of pieces 60.000, Bank of Italy mint, issued in 2005.
Spain copper-nickel UNC coin 2 euros, Don Quixote, date 2005. Roll 25 pieces. 4th centenary of the first edition of Miguel de Cervantes' 'The ingenious gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. The centre of the coin features an image of Don Quixote holding a lance, with windmills in the background. To the left, impressed into the surface of the coin, is the word 'ESPAÑA', under which the mintmark 'M' appears. The 12 stars of the European Union are shown in the outer ring of the coin, with four of them impressed into the surface.