Croatian Kuna (HRK) Exchange Rates on 07th December 2019 (07/12/2019)

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Exchange rates for Croatian Kuna (HRK)

Updated: 2019-12-07
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HRK BHD 0 HRK to BHD 0 BHD to HRK
HRK EGP 0 HRK to EGP 0 EGP to HRK
HRK HKD 0 HRK to HKD 0 HKD to HRK
HRK ILS 0 HRK to ILS 0 ILS to HRK
HRK JOD 0 HRK to JOD 0 JOD to HRK
HRK KWD 0 HRK to KWD 0 KWD to HRK
HRK LBP 0 HRK to LBP 0 LBP to HRK
HRK OMR 0 HRK to OMR 0 OMR to HRK
HRK QAR 0 HRK to QAR 0 QAR to HRK
HRK SAR 0 HRK to SAR 0 SAR to HRK
HRK AED 0 HRK to AED 0 AED to HRK
HRK YER 0 HRK to YER 0 YER to HRK
Updated: 2019-12-07
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HRK DZD 0 HRK to DZD 0 DZD to HRK
HRK KES 0 HRK to KES 0 KES to HRK
HRK MUR 0 HRK to MUR 0 MUR to HRK
HRK MAD 0 HRK to MAD 0 MAD to HRK
HRK NAD 0 HRK to NAD 0 NAD to HRK
HRK NIO 0 HRK to NIO 0 NIO to HRK
HRK NGN 0 HRK to NGN 0 NGN to HRK
HRK SLL 0 HRK to SLL 0 SLL to HRK
HRK ZAR 0 HRK to ZAR 0 ZAR to HRK
HRK TZS 0 HRK to TZS 0 TZS to HRK
HRK TND 0 HRK to TND 0 TND to HRK
HRK UGX 0 HRK to UGX 0 UGX to HRK
HRK XOF 0 HRK to XOF 0 XOF to HRK
HRK ZMK 0 HRK to ZMK 0 ZMK to HRK



Croatian Kuna (HRK)

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1 Croatian Kuna is subdivided into 100 lipa.

The official currency of Croatia is the Croatian kuna. The official currency code for the Croatian kuna is (HRK) and the written symbol for the kuna is "kn". Each kuna is subdivided into 100 sub units known as lipa, lipa is symbolized in writing using "lp". The Croatian central bank is known as the Croatian National Bank and it is the sole issuer of the currency and responsible for monetary policies affecting the circulation and value of the HRK. The Croatian National Bank has as its legal mandate the task of keeping the kuna stable as a national currency. The HRK, though a floating currency, is closely tied to the euro in value. The euro itself, though not officially accepted in Croatia, is oftentimes used in every day transactions within the country. It is a good idea for travelers to have both euro and kuna on hand while traveling.

Coins used:
-frequently 5, 10, 20, 50 lipa, 1, 2, 5 kn
-rarely 1, 2 lipa, 25 kn

Banknotes used:
-frequently 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 kn
-rarely 5, 500, 1000 kn

Central Bank
Croatian National Bank
http://www.hnb.hr
The Croatian National Bank mints coins through the Croatian Monetary Institute in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 lipa as well as 1, 2, 5, and 25kn. The 1lp, 2lp, and 25kn coins are rarely used. The central bank prints banknotes through the German printer Giesecke & Devrient. Printed banknotes in circulation are in denominations of 5. 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, and 1000 kn with the 5kn, 500kn, and 1000kn notes rarely used.

Croatian politicians as well as the Croatian National Bank both have Croatia on the fast track for acceptance into the European Union, then into the European Monetary System, and then within a few years of that accomplishment into the eurozone. This by definition would mark the end of the HRK as it would be replaced in its entirety by the euro.

Other References
Wikipedia article on Croatian Kuna
XE.com Live Currency Converter for HRK

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