What Are Euro Coins Made of?

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Euro coins are a combination of nickel, brass, and copper. The combination makes an attractive and rugged coin. The metal is used as nickel and brass in the center and nickel and copper along the edges. Euro coins can be used worldwide and the value of them against US dollars fluctuates daily. Many online sites now also allow purchases from any country in the form of a Euro to streamline the checkout process and make things more simple.
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