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    Vienna silver coin in two qualities
    Vienna Silver coin uncirculated
    Vienna silver coin - proof
    € 29.70
    incl. 10% VAT

    One of the world’s five biggest cities a century ago, Vienna may no longer be the capital of a huge empire but it is still a world leader in terms of its quality of life. The economic and cultural dynamism, and superb infrastructure of the modern metropolis have led to Vienna being designated the “world’s most liveable city” for the past six years. With its glorious past still clearly visible, the Austrian capital is also one of the most beautiful. A place of awe-inspiring architecture and a more palpable sense of history than just about any other city on the planet, Vienna is the seventh coin in our eye-opening Austria Piece by Piece series.

    Comes in a blister pack featuring information in German and English
    10 Euro Silver Coin Vienna proof quality
    € 36.30
    incl. 10% VAT

    One of the world’s five biggest cities a century ago, Vienna may no longer be the capital of a huge empire but it is still a world leader in terms of its quality of life. The economic and cultural dynamism, and superb infrastructure of the modern metropolis have led to Vienna being designated the “world’s most liveable city” for the past six years. With its glorious past still clearly visible, the Austrian capital is also one of the most beautiful. A place of awe-inspiring architecture and a more palpable sense of history than just about any other city on the planet, Vienna is the seventh coin in our eye-opening Austria Piece by Piece series.

    Comes in a case complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity and protective slipcase

VIENNA COIN

In 2015, Vienna was ranked the most livable city in the world for the sixth year in a row in the annual survey carried out by management consultancy Mercer. The survey ranks the world’s major cities based on 39 different criteria relating to the quality of life of their habitants, including political, social, economic and environmental factors.

The Austrian capital is the seventh stop on our journey through Austria, on which we invited schoolchildren to portray their home provinces. From the thousands of entries, winning designs were chosen to feature on the reverse of each of the nine coins in the series. In the case of Vienna, the drawing features St. Stephen’s Cathedral, or Stephensdom, as charmingly portrayed by 11-year-old schoolgirl Viktoria Pinzer. You can get further information about the competition at www.meinemuenze.at.

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