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The 1st print of the Zero Euro banknote is part of the 2017 issues designed by Richard Faille. The obverse of the note depicts the Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg. The reverse displays the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, the popular Big Ben in London, the historic Eiffel Tower in France, the Colosseum in Italy, Spains Sagrada Familia, the Manneken Pis, and Mona Lisa. Although authorized by the European Central Bank and has similar security features as that of a regular banknote, the Zero Euro banknotes are designed to promote Euro tourism. It has a 0 mark on its front and back sides and is not accepted as legal tender. This particular souvenir banknote is in uncirculated condition.