25 euro - The Livonian Diet
The gold coin dedicated to the Livonian Diet depicts a cross ornamented with plant leaves, using an idea from a carving in dolomite above the door of the southern vestibule of the Karja Church in Northern Saaremaa, built in 1334–1340. The design symbolises the unified, certain and continuing growth and spread of Christianity in the Middle Ages. The Livonian Diet was convened with the same goal. Second place in the design competition for the gold coin went to Heino Prunsvelt and third to Tiiu Pirsko and Mati Veermets. There were 18 designs submitted for the competition.