1995 "Rozhen Astronomical Observatory" 925 Silver Coin • Bulgarian Association with the European Community
The silver content in this coin is exactly 1 ounce, making it perfect for those seeking investment in Silver. As most other Bulgarian silver coins it is made of Sterling (.925) silver and is in proof condition.
Alexander Haytov, Razvigor Kolev, Borislav Kyossev and Blagovest Apostolov
The obverse of the coin shows the year of issue 1995, the ECU monetary sign, and the Republic of Bulgaria in both Bulgarian and English around the coin.
The reverse of the coin features the The Rojen National Astronomical Observatory is located in the Rhodopes Mountain, on top of the Rojen peak (1750 m above sea level), approximately 25 km away from the town of Smolyan. The denomination of the coin 1000 Leva, several star constellations and the EU stars.
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