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The Zero Euro banknote was first introduced in 2015 by Richard Faile, creator of famous currency souvenirs, to promote tourism. On its 2018-1st print series, the note featured the Castelo De S. Jorge in Lisboa, Portugal. It depicts the majestic view of the Sao Jorge Castle, a historic castle built in the 1st century BC that served as an important stronghold against the attackers during the medieval years, and was later converted into a royal palace and military base. To this date, the castle serves as a museum and is recognized as a cultural heritage. The front design of the souvenir banknote featured the iconic landmarks of Europe including the Brandenburg Gate, Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum, Sagrada Familia, Manneken Pis, and the Mona Lisa. With an authorized printing by the European Central Bank (ECB), the note shares many of the same characteristics of a real Euro except that is marked as 0 and is not accepted as a legitimate financial currency.