Richard Giedroyc, World Coin News
You can’t please everyone. The Estonian government says the borders of its country are politically as well as artistically correct as they appear on the new 2011 euro coins. Russia cautiously agrees – maybe. The ethnic Setos don’t agree.
Estonia and Russia have been discussing where to draw the line (literally) between the two nations. The border as it appears on the national side of the new 2011 euro coins didn’t appear to be a problem until a lawyer and the ethnic Setos got involved.
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Coin Reflects Estonia Border Dispute