Ireland started using the Euro on the 1st of January, 2002.
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Republic of Ireland began using the Euro on the 1st of January 2002.
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The entire Eurozone, including Spain, put the Euro, in the form of notes and coins, in circulation on January 1, 2002.
France started using Euros on Jan. 1, 2001. Throughout the year 2001 the Franc could still be used, as well as the Euro. From Jan. 1, 2002, the only legal currency accepted in France was the Euro.
France is part of the Eurozone, is currency is the Euro (â‚¬). It was introduced on Jan. 1, 2001 and the only option from Jan. 1, 2002 onwards. Through the year 2001 both the Euro and the French Franc were accepted.
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Spain first competed at the 1900 Summer Games in Paris.
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The current currency in France is the Euro. It was introduced for accounting purposes on 1st January 1999. Notes and coins were introduced on Jan. 1, 2001. During the year 2001 the French could use either the Franc or the Euro, but using the franc became impossible from Jan 1, 2002 onwards.
The UK, including England, does not use the euro. Though a member of the European Union, the UK chose not to adopt the euro and instead still uses its own national currency, the pound (sterling).
Spain uses the Gregorian Calendar. As such, the Spanish years starts on the 1st of January each year. The day of the week that the year starts in Spain changes each year, as it does in other countries.
The Euro was established/introduced after the Maashtricht Treaty of 1992