Discussion in '$1 Daily Competition' started by nimesh, Sep 12, 2009.
This should be prety simple.
What's behind the Euro
where did the sea flow from? :rofl:
This is in the middle of the city.
the phone? D:
Euro Monument and office buildings
Hey, It's European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
Behind the Euro is:
Twelve of the 15 EU countries (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Finland, Greece and Ireland) are members of the eurozone. On 1 January 2002 the Euro replaced the old national currencies.
You got it right
I didn't thought it would be so hard to guess what I was looking for :lol:
I'd thought this time I will get the reward for my own question :rofl:
So, do you like these type of questions now?
I didn't even understand the question when i read it :p
Yes. the same. I too didnt understand!!
Sorry to say this. It would be good, if it is bit explained.
I agree with her...
Yeah, I too could not understand the question, at first shot :p
I thought it would be easy by seeing in the picture and googling so I didn't gave any hint this time.
If I would have mentioned Euro *Sign* it would have been easy if you googled it right
Anyways, someone got it right
It was very ambiguous. You could have meant what came before it in terms of currency, or what was in the background in some picture of it, or pretty much anything else.
nice one by naimish.........Lolz
Thanks To All Buddies
Congrats naimish for crossing 1000 posts :lol:
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