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The dram (Armenian դրամ ) is the currency of Armenia. It is issued by the Central Bank of the Republic of Armenia. The currency symbol of the Dram is crossed by two horizontal lines uppercase Դ (da) of the Armenian alphabet, this is the Unicode character U 058 F code displayed.
1 Dram is divided into 100 luma (Armenian լումա ). Luma coins were only for a short time in circulation. The Dram was introduced on 22 November 1993 he replaced the Russian ruble, while 200 rubles were exchanged for 1 Dram.
There are currently (May 2006) the following notes: 1000 Dram 5,000 Dram 10,000 Dram Dram 20,000, 50,000 Dram and Dram 100,000 since September 2009. The banknotes of 500, 20,000 and 50,000 drams are in circulation virtually non-existent. The following coins are in circulation: 10 Dram (two different versions made of aluminum ), 20 dram (copper ), 50 dram (copper ), 100 Dram ( nickel ), 200 Dram ( Nordic gold ), 500 Dram ( nickel / Nordic gold ).
The Dram is legal in the internationally unrecognized, legally belonging Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh Republic cash.
The 50, 100 and 500 dram notes were withdrawn from circulation and replaced by coins of the same value. The 50,000 - dram banknote was introduced in 2001 in connection with the existence of " 1700 years of Christianity in Armenia ."