Can I exchange Yugoslavia dinar?

Can I exchange Yugoslavia dinar?

The Yugoslav dinar (YUM) is obsolete. It was replaced by the currencies of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, and Slovenia (at par) when the country split up.

How much is a Yugoslavian dinar worth?

Yugoslavian convertible dinars to US dollars conversion table

Can we exchange foreign currency in banks?

Currency exchange in India can be done through Banks (AD-I licence by RBI), and Money Changers(Both AD-II and FFMC licence holders).

What is the currency of Yugoslavia now?

Yugoslav dinar

Both Croatia and Slovenia felt that they were paying too much money into the federal budget to support the “have not” republics, while Serbia wanted Croatia and Slovenia to pay more money into the federal budget to support them at a time of austerity.

What language did Yugoslavia speak?

Serbo-Croatian

Are Croatians dark?

And they play games of medieval origin, as well as soccer, and imbibe much beer and wine. As a group, Croats tend to be relatively small, have brown skin and dark curly hair.

What food do Croatians eat?

Croatians eat lots of grilled sardines, and mackerels, fried sand smelt, marinated or salted anchovies, and sardines, tuna steaks (especially sliced steak), and sardines in savor. When in Croatia make sure to indulge in these taste oily fish dishes.

What do Croatians call their grandparents?

Family words in Croatian (Hrvatski)

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