The state of Kosovo (in the Balkans) is not a member of the European Union, but the country unilaterally adopted the euro in 2002 during United Nations Interim Administration mandate and have since used it as their de facto currency, although, it's not an official eurozone member. This means that the euro is not legal tender there, but is treated as such by the population. Before 2002, Kosovars used German marks.

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  • The state of Kosovo (in the Balkans) is not a member of the European Union, but the country unilaterally adopted the euro in 2002 during United Nations Interim Administration mandate and have since used it as their de facto currency, although, it's not an official eurozone member. This means that the euro is not legal tender there, but is treated as such by the population. Before 2002, Kosovars used German marks. (en)
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  • The state of Kosovo (in the Balkans) is not a member of the European Union, but the country unilaterally adopted the euro in 2002 during United Nations Interim Administration mandate and have since used it as their de facto currency, although, it's not an official eurozone member. This means that the euro is not legal tender there, but is treated as such by the population. Before 2002, Kosovars used German marks. (en)
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