1 EUR = 78.628 AFN 100 AFN = 1.2718 EUR
1 CHF = 64.265 AFN 100 AFN = 1.5561 CHF
The Afghani ( Pashto: افغانۍ, Persian افغانی ) is the currency of Afghanistan.
1 Afghani is divided into 100 pulse ( پول ).
The Afghani (ISO-4217 code: AFA) was first introduced in 1926 under the Afghan ruler Amanullah Khan. He replaced the Afghan rupee ( روپيه ), who had served in Afghanistan for centuries as a currency in the exchange ratio 11:10.
The population still speaks of rupiah, while speaking writing in the language of accounting of Afghan or afghanigi. Afghan or aughan are other names for Pashtun.
A brief interruption of the expression of these nominal took place in 1929 by King Habibullah Kalakani, who returned to the old currency of Afghanistan.
The Pulmünzen were between the years 1926 and 1937 in Copper pronounced in 1938 in bronze and copper - nickel, steel, and 1973 in 1978 to 2003 in aluminum - bronze.
In the years 1926 to 1937 Afghanis were pronounced in silver, 1957 and 1958 aluminum, 1961 steel, 1978 to 2003 in copper - nickel, and from 2004 in steel, there are several commemorative coins that were pronounced in silver.
By the new Afghani (ISO-4217 code: AFN): end of 2002, the old Afghani (AFA ISO - 4217 code) was replaced with the exchange ratio of 1:1000.
Notes now exist in values of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 Afghani. They are issued by Da Afghanistan Bank.
The Common kolloquiale designation for 100,000 Afghanis is: 1 lakh.
- DA AFGHAN OMER MUMTAZ BANK Afghan commercial bank
- Http://www.centralbank.gov.af side of the Afghan Central Bank
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