Difference between revisions of "Booklet/Currencies 2016"

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|Poland
 
|Poland
 
|1 złoty (zł) = 100 groszy<br>1 grosz = 0.01 złoty
 
|1 złoty (zł) = 100 groszy<br>1 grosz = 0.01 złoty
|1 EUR ≈ 4.25 PLN<br>1 PLN ≈ 0.24 EUR
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|1 EUR ≈ 4.40 PLN<br>1 PLN ≈ 0.23 EUR
  
 
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|rowspan="2"|Belarus
 
|rowspan="2"|Belarus
 
|Belarusian ruble (Belarusian: 1 рубель/rubyel, 2 рублёў/rublyow) (Br)
 
|Belarusian ruble (Belarusian: 1 рубель/rubyel, 2 рублёў/rublyow) (Br)
|1 EUR ≈ 22615 BYR<br>1 BYR ≈ 0.000044 EUR
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|1 EUR ≈ 21920 BYR<br>1 BYR ≈ 0.000045 EUR
  
 
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|New Belarusian ruble
 
|New Belarusian ruble
|1 EUR ≈ 22.62 BYN<br>1 BYR ≈ 0.044 EUR
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|1 EUR ≈ 21.92 BYN<br>1 BYR ≈ 0.045 EUR
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:16, 26 May 2016

Country Currency Rate
Poland 1 złoty (zł) = 100 groszy
1 grosz = 0.01 złoty
1 EUR ≈ 4.40 PLN
1 PLN ≈ 0.23 EUR
Belarus Belarusian ruble (Belarusian: 1 рубель/rubyel, 2 рублёў/rublyow) (Br) 1 EUR ≈ 21920 BYR
1 BYR ≈ 0.000045 EUR
New Belarusian ruble 1 EUR ≈ 21.92 BYN
1 BYR ≈ 0.045 EUR
Lithuania 1 Euro (€) = 100 cents
1 cent = 0.01 Euros
Latvia
Estonia

Belarus will introduce the new Belarusian ruble (BYN) on the 1st of July 2016, replacing the old Belarusian ruble (BYR) at a rate of 1:10000. Until the 31st of December 2016, both currencies will be accepted. Let’s make sure not to get ripped off and accidentally use the wrong currency! New Belarusian ruble notes have “2009” written on the top of the white area in the front (that’s the year when they were printed). All coins are new Belarusian rubles.