By Akash G
The world's largest gold reserves are represented by these tonnage numbers, which are held by the following countries:
Most of Germany’s gold has been housed in vaults in outside sites such as in the United States, in the United Kingdom and in France.
Banca d'Italia, rather than the Italian government itself, holds most of the country's gold reserves.
La Souterraine in Paris is a safe underground vault where all of France's gold is stored. Over the years, the country's central bank has made a concerted effort to bring back savings from abroad.
The Bank of Russia, which is wholly owned by the Russian Federation, is in possession of the vast majority of Russia's gold.