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Currencies the former Yugoslavia

7/18/2011

Are you going on holiday to any of the former Yugoslavian countries? Well it’s worth knowing which currency is used in which country.

Croatia: Kuna (HRK). 1 Kuna is about SEK 1.28

Slovenia: Euro – a member of the EU since 2004, introduced the Euro in 2007.

Serbia: Serbian Dinar (RSD). 1 Dinar is about SEK 0.09.

Montenegro: Euro – although the country isn’t a member of the EU or the Eurozone.

Kosovo: Euro – see Montenegro.

Bosnia- Herzegovina: Convertible Mark (BAM). Locked to the Euro, 1 Mark is EUR 0.51.

Macedonia: Macedonian Denar (MKD). 1 Denar is about SEK 0.15.


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