The Czech Roman Catholic church has come up with a novel idea ahead of the introduction of the Euro on January 1 and the abolition of 12 of the EU's 15 national currencies. The Church held a collection of coins from Eurozone countries which people will have no chance to spend or change themselves. The money is to be used to fund orphanages and other charities.
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