0 bank note
The Zero Euro is a souvenir banknote which printing is authorized by the European Central Bank (ECB). The original creator of 0-euro notes was Richard Faille, who decided to create euros that promote tourism.
The banknotes are printed at a private facility and they share many of the same characteristics of a real Euro except that their value is marked as “0” - hence the name. Souvenir banknotes are tested to ensure they cannot enter circulation as legitimate financial currency. The back of all zero euros is the same and it includes a white zero accompanied by the Euro sign to denominate no financial value, followed by Brandenburg Gate, Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum, Sagrada Familia, Manneken Pis and the Mona Lisa.
On the reverse each issuing country introduces its local tourist attractions.