Eesti Pank is issuing a two-euro coin dedicated to the Estonian national animal, the wolf

The new commemorative coin shows a howling wolf standing on a rocky outcrop against a background of an Estonian pine forest and a starry night sky. The coin was designed by the designer Maria Meos. The coin will enter circulation through banks and shops on 20 October.
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Eesti Pank Museum

3. May 1919 CENTRAL BANK COMMENCES OPERATIONS. The fixed capital of 10 million marks was recorded in the general ledger and Eesti Pank commenced regular operations.
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On the front, the banknotes display windows and gateways. They symbolise the European spirit of openness and cooperation. The 12 stars of the European Union represent the dynamism and harmony of contemporary Europe. The bridges on the back symbolise communication between the people of Europe and the rest of the world. The architectural style of the particular era was used in the design, with no reference to specific buildings.

Estonian kroon

Exchange kroons
The Estonian monetary system was based on the system of the currency board, meaning that the exchange rate of the kroon was strictly pegged to a reserve currency. From then until 31 December 2001 the exchange rate of the kroon against the German mark was fixed at EEK 8 = DEM 1, and thereafter the exchange rate of the kroon against the euro was fixed at EEK 15.6466 = EUR 1 (the exchange rate effective to date).