Currency of the Eurozone New 10 euro banknote 2014 European Central Bank
Obverse: Roman architecture.
Reverse: Bridge of Roman architecture and map of Europe.
Watermark: When the note is held under a normal light source, a portrait of Europa and an electrotype denomination appear on either side.
Signature of third President of the European Central Bank - Mario Draghi.
The ten euro note is the second smallest at 127 millimetres (5.0 in) × 67 millimetres (2.6 in) with a red colour scheme. All bank notes depict bridges and arches/doorways in a different historical European style; the ten euro note shows the Romanesque era (between the 11th and 12th centuries). Although Robert Kalina's original designs were intended to show real monuments, for political reasons the bridge and art are merely hypothetical examples of the architectural era.
Like all euro notes, it contains the denomination, the EU flag, the signature of the president of the ECB and the initials of said bank in different EU languages, a depiction of EU territories overseas, the stars from the EU flag.
Europa series of euro banknotes
5 Euro 10 Euro 20 Euro 50 Euro 100 Euro 200 Euro 500 Euro
Currency Exchange Rates for Euro Member Countries
10 Euro = 7.02 Latvian lats 10 Euro = 34.52 Lithuanian litas
10 Euro = 156.46 Estonian kroon