Andorra 2 Euro 2014 Normal Coloured
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This is the Coloured 2 Euro coin from Andorra 2014. The coin depicts the National Coat of Arms of Andorra. This crest is divided into four parts. At the top left is a Mitre, which relates to the Bishop of Urgell. The Bishop of Urgell is the sub-prince of Andorra. At the top right are three red bars that refer to the three graves of Foix. At the lower left of the crest are a series of gold and red bars which symbolize the bond with Catalonia. At the bottom right of the coat of arms are two cows which represent the counts of Béarn. The Coat of Arms of Andorra has been the official crest of Andorra since 1969. At the bottom of the crest is the text æVirtus Unita FortiorÆ which means æUnited strength is strongerÆ. On the right side of the coin, the country name "Andorra" is printed vertically coloured in the national colours.