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First introduced in 1993, the Slovak crown served as the currency of Slovakia after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia. In 2009, it was discontinued and replaced by the Euro. The Slovak name ‘koruna’ shares its etymology with other currencies called ‘krona’ and the ‘krone’, whose names originate from the Latin corona, or ‘crown.’
Exchange rates. Last update 2019-08-17 00:13:03
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Slovak Crown 100 SKK
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The Bratislava-based National Bank of Slovakia produced these Slovak crown banknotes prior to 2009, when they became obsolete as they were replaced by the Euro. Since becoming the first country from the Visegrád Group to join the European Monetary Union (EMU) these notes are no longer legal tender and cannot be exchanged outside of Slovakia. We offer exchange services for pre-Euro Slovak crown banknotes.
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