Passport to the European Union
This is not a travel document! The famous people, dishes, buildings, sites, etc. in this booklet make no claim to be complete and are to some extent stereotyped; the format of the publication only allows for a small selection. Not all the languages mentioned in the booklet are official languages of the European Union and there might be spoken languages which are not mentioned. Some Member States celebrate more than the one national day which is mentioned. The exchange rates given are from April 2013.
- Corporate author(s): Representation in the United Kingdom – London (European Commission) Themes: Construction of Europe , Information — Documentation
- Subject: EU Member State , European Union , public awareness campaign , young person