Slovak Koruna Currency (SKK)

The Slovak koruna has been the currency of Slovakia since February 8, 1993 (when the newly independent Slovakia introduced its own koruna, replacing the Czechoslovak koruna at par). The ISO 4217 code is SKK and the local abbreviation is Sk.

Set to be abandoned for the euro on January 1, 2009 (at a rate of 30.1260 korĂșn to the euro), I thought I'd take the opportunity to photograph some of the notes and coins before they disappear forever.

As of mid-September 2008, one Slovak koruna = 0.047 U.S. dollars.

Related Catagories: Currency, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

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