Slovene tolar (euro)
- Monetary unit:
- the Country code:
- Slovenia, Republic
- of 20 250 sq. km
- Slovene (state), etc.
- SI (SVN) 705
The Republic Slovenia is an exhibiting country the European Union . Monetary unit - euro - to equal 100 eurocents.
Till January, 1st, 2007 tolars - to equal 100 stotins were cash token moneys of Slovenia. A nominal number of the native currency of Slovenia has been presented by notes of denomination of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 5000 and 10000 tolars.
Slovenia was one of 6 union republics of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia into whom also entered Serbia , Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia , Bosnia and Herzegovina .
In 1918 the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes which since 1929 has received officially the name Yugoslavia has been created.
Since 1920 the dinar became national monetary unit. Austro-Hungarian crowns addressing on territory of the country, Bulgarian
Are left, token moneys of Montenegro have been interchanged for notes
The Serbian bank.
In the Second World War in territory of Yugoslavia reichsmarks, Italian liras, Bulgarian levas, Hungarian a penge, the Albanian francs, the Croatian kunas and the Serbian dinars addressed.
After clearing of Yugoslavia in 1945 currency reform in which result in the circulation new token moneys are manufactured has been carried out. To an exchange the Serbian dinars and the Croatian kunas on a parity 1 new dinar = 20 Serbian =40 were subject only to the Croatian kunas.
Since January, 1st, 1966 the standard of price on a parity 100: 1 is changed and token moneys of the sample of 1966 are released
Yugoslavia has broken up in 1991 In Slovenia the new monetary unit - a tolar is entered.
On notes of the first issue from October, 8th 1991 the highest mountain in Slovenia - Triglav, on face side, and on a pattern from beer honeycombs - dignity of a denomination, with drawing from a beehive, at the left, on the back is represented. In 1992 the Bank of Slovenia has presented notes on which the well-known Slovenes are represented. They have been printed by the British company De La Rue.
It is updated 05.2012