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List of Currency of Different Countries with Capitals 2022

List of Countries Capital and Currencies 2022

There are seven continents and each continent contains more than 100 countries. All these countries have different currencies. For example in India, we use Indian rupees and in Afghanistan, we use the Afghani currency. The below-given list will highlight the countries and the currencies used in them. People who travel from one country to another country have to get their money exchanged in the airports. Currency is used as a medium to exchange goods and services and it is important for the proper functioning of economic activities. The value of any currency constantly fluctuates from other currencies. The value of one US dollar is 76.26 Indian rupees. There are different values of different currencies all around the world.

What is currency?

Currency is money used as a medium for exchange. There are different currencies for different countries and the value of currencies also varies in different countries. These can be in the form of notes or coins. It is issued by the government and accepted across the world for good or service exchange, taxes, and debt payment.

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Complete List of Currencies of different Countries

Country Capital Currency
Afghanistan Kabul Afghani
Albania Tirane Lek
Algeria Algiers Dinar
Andorra Andorra la Vella Euro
Angola Luanda New Kwanza
Antigua and Barbuda Saint John’s East Caribbean dollar
Argentina Buenos Aires Peso
Armenia Yerevan Dram
Australia Canberra Australian dollar
Austria Vienna Euro (formerly schilling)
Azerbaijan Baku Manat
The Bahamas Nassau Bahamian dollar
Bahrain Manama Bahrain dinar
Bangladesh Dhaka Taka
Barbados Bridgetown Barbados dollar
Belarus Minsk Belorussian ruble
Belgium Brussels Euro (formerly Belgian franc)
Belize Belmopan Belize dollar
Benin Porto-Novo CFA Franc
Bhutan Thimphu Ngultrum
Bolivia La Paz (administrative); Sucre (judicial) Boliviano
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Convertible Mark
Botswana Gaborone Pula
Brazil Brasilia Real
Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei dollar
Bulgaria Sofia Lev
Burkina Faso Ouagadougou CFA Franc
Burundi Gitega Burundi franc
Cambodia Phnom Penh Riel
Cameroon Yaounde CFA Franc
Canada Ottawa Canadian dollar
Cape Verde Praia Cape Verdean escudo
Central African Republic Bangui CFA Franc
Chad N’Djamena CFA Franc
Chile Santiago Chilean Peso
China Beijing Chinese Yuan
Colombia Bogota Colombian Peso
Comoros Moroni Franc
Republic of the Congo Brazzaville CFA Franc
Zimbabwe Harare United States dollar
Costa Rica San Jose Colón
Cote d’Ivoire Yamoussoukro (official); Abidjan (de facto) CFA Franc
Croatia Zagreb Croatian
Cuba Havana Cuban Peso
Cyprus Nicosia Euro
Czech Republic Prague Koruna
Denmark Copenhagen Danish Krone
Djibouti Djibouti Djiboutian franc
Dominica Roseau East Caribbean dollar
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Dominican Peso
East Timor (Timor-Leste) Dili U.S. dollar
Ecuador Quito U.S. dollar
Egypt Cairo Egyptian pound
El Salvador San Salvador Colón; U.S. dollar
Equatorial Guinea Malabo CFA Franc
Eritrea Asmara Nakfa
Estonia Tallinn Estonia Kroon; Euro
Ethiopia Addis Ababa Birr
Fiji Suva Fiji dollar
Finland Helsinki Euro (formerly markka)
France Paris Euro (formerly French franc)
Gabon Libreville CFA Franc
The Gambia Banjul Dalasi
Georgia Tbilisi Lari
Germany Berlin Euro (formerly Deutsche mark)
Ghana Accra Cedi
Greece Athens Euro (formerly drachma)
Grenada Saint George’s East Caribbean dollar
Guatemala Guatemala City Quetzal
Guinea Conakry Guinean franc
Guinea-Bissau Bissau CFA Franc
Guyana Georgetown Guyanese dollar
Haiti Port-au-Prince Gourde
Honduras Tegucigalpa Lempira
Hungary Budapest Forint
Iceland Reykjavik Icelandic króna
India New Delhi Indian Rupee
Indonesia Jakarta Rupiah
Iran Tehran Rial
Iraq Baghdad Iraqi Dinar
Ireland Dublin Euro (formerly Irish pound [punt])
Israel Jerusalem* Shekel
Italy Rome Euro (formerly lira)
Jamaica Kingston Jamaican dollar
Japan Tokyo Yen
Jordan Amman Jordanian dinar
Kazakhstan Nur Sultan Tenge
Kenya Nairobi Kenya shilling
Kiribati Tarawa Atoll Kiribati dollar
North Korea Pyongyang Won
South Korea Seoul Won
Kuwait Kuwait City Kuwaiti Dinar
Kyrgyzstan Bishkek Som
Laos Vientiane New Kip
Latvia Riga Lats
Lebanon Beirut Lebanese pound
Lesotho Maseru Maluti
Liberia Monrovia Liberian dollar
Libya Tripoli Libyan dinar
Liechtenstein Vaduz Swiss franc
Lithuania Vilnius Litas
Luxembourg Luxembourg Euro (formerly Luxembourg franc)
Macedonia Skopje Denar
Madagascar Antananarivo Malagasy Ariary
Malawi Lilongwe Kwacha
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Ringgit
Maldives Male Rufiyaa
Mali Bamako CFA Franc
Malta Valletta Euro
Marshall Islands Majuro U.S. Dollar
Mauritania Nouakchott Ouguiya
Mauritius Port Louis Mauritian rupee
Mexico Mexico City Mexican peso
Federated States of Micronesia Palikir U.S. Dollar
Moldova Chisinau Leu
Monaco Monte Carlo Euro
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Togrog
Montenegro Podgorica Euro
Morocco Rabat Dirham
Mozambique Maputo Metical
Myanmar (Burma) Nay Pyi Taw Kyat
Namibia Windhoek Namibian dollar
Nauru no official capital; government offices in Yaren District Australian dollar
Nepal Kathmandu Nepalese rupee
Netherlands Amsterdam; The Hague (seat of government) Euro (formerly guilder)
New Zealand Wellington New Zealand dollar
Nicaragua Managua Gold cordoba
Niger Niamey CFA Franc
Nigeria Abuja Naira
Norway Oslo Norwegian krone
Oman Muscat Omani rial
Pakistan Islamabad Pakistani rupee
Palau Melekeok U.S. dollar
Palestine Ramallah, East Jerusalem Palestine Pound
Panama Panama City Balboa; U.S. dollar
Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Kina
Paraguay Asuncion Guaraní
Peru Lima Nuevo sol (1991)
Philippines Manila Peso
Poland Warsaw Zloty
Portugal Lisbon Euro (formerly escudo)
Qatar Doha Qatari riyal
Romania Bucharest Romanian Rupee
Russia Moscow Ruble
Rwanda Kigali Rwandan franc
Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre East Caribbean dollar
Saint Lucia Castries East Caribbean dollar
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown East Caribbean dollar
Samoa Apia Tala
San Marino San Marino Euro
Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tome Dobra
Saudi Arabia Riyadh Riyal
Senegal Dakar CFA Franc
Serbia Belgrade Serbian Dinar
Seychelles Victoria Seychelles rupee
Sierra Leone Freetown Leone
Singapore Singapore Singapore dollar
Slovakia Bratislava Euro
Slovenia Ljubljana Slovenian tolar; euro (as of 1/1/07)
Solomon Islands Honiara Solomon Islands dollar
Somalia Mogadishu Somali shilling
South Africa Pretoria (administrative); Cape Town (legislative); Bloemfontein (judiciary) Rand
South Sudan Juba Sudanese Pound
Spain Madrid Euro (formerly peseta)
Sri Lanka Colombo; Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte (legislative) Sri Lankan rupee
Sudan Khartoum Sudanese Pound
Suriname Paramaribo Surinamese dollar
Swaziland Mbabane Lilangeni
Sweden Stockholm Krona
Switzerland Berne Swiss franc
Syria Damascus Syrian pound
Taiwan Taipei Taiwan dollar
Tajikistan Dushanbe somoni
Tanzania Dar es Salaam; Dodoma (legislative) Tanzanian shilling
Thailand Bangkok Baht
Togo Lome CFA Franc
Tonga Nuku’alofa Pa’anga
Trinidad and Tobago Port-of-Spain Trinidad and Tobago dollar
Tunisia Tunis Tunisian dinar
Turkey Ankara Turkish lira (YTL)
Turkmenistan Ashgabat Manat
Tuvalu Vaiaku village, Funafuti province Tuvaluan Dollar
Uganda Kampala Ugandan new shilling
Ukraine Kiev Hryvnia
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi U.A.E. Dirham
United Kingdom London Pound sterling
United States of America Washington D.C. Dollar
Uruguay Montevideo Uruguay peso
Uzbekistan Tashkent Uzbekistani sum
Vanuatu Port-Vila Vatu
Vatican City (Holy See) Vatican City Euro
Venezuela Caracas Bolivar
Vietnam Hanoi Dong
Yemen Sanaa Rial
Zambia Lusaka kwacha

 

FAQs related to countries and their currency

1. What is the capital of a country?
Ans. The capital of a country acts as the head of the state. It is the prime center of all government-related offices and services. People in the capital of India control all the administration of the country.

2. How many currencies are used in the world?
Ans. There are 180 currencies used in the world according to the United Nations.

3. What is the currency used in India?
Ans. In India, Indian rupees or INR are used as currency.

4. Which country has more than one currency?
Ans. Bhutan used more than one currency, Indian rupees, and Bhutanese ngultrum.

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