10-euro banknotes began circulating Sept. 23, according to the
European Central Bank.
The new notes from the Europa series have enhanced security
features. A depiction of Europa from Greek mythology, riding a bull,
appears in the hologram and watermark of the notes.
The notes also have a numeral 10 printed in an emerald green that,
when the note is tilted back and forth, changes to a deep blue.
Aside from those changes, the Europa series of notes will continue
to feature the same overall color, red, and designs from the first
series – architectural styles from different periods, bridges and a
map of Europe.
The 5-euro notes in the Europa series were issued May 2, 2013.
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