How many Serbian dinars are in a dollar?
Convert US Dollar to Serbian Dinar
|1 USD||103.792 RSD|
|5 USD||518.96 RSD|
|10 USD||1,037.92 RSD|
|25 USD||2,594.8 RSD|
How much is a Yugoslavian dinar worth?
US dollars to Yugoslavian convertible dinars conversion table
|1 USD||USD||77.44 Yugoslavian convertible dinars YUN|
|2 USD||USD||154.87 Yugoslavian convertible dinars YUN|
|3 USD||USD||232.31 Yugoslavian convertible dinars YUN|
|4 USD||USD||309.74 Yugoslavian convertible dinars YUN|
Is Iraq money worth anything?
The U.S. Treasury lists the dinar as worth nothing. Collectors think otherwise. While low-denomination Saddam notes have some souvenir value, prices are far higher for older Iraqi currency, said Audrius Tomonis, a currency collector who runs the website Banknotes.com.
How much is a Coke in Serbia?
A single person estimated monthly costs are 484$ (50,039Дин) without rent. Cost of living in Serbia is, on average, 48.93% lower than in United States….Cost of Living in Serbia.
|Coke/Pepsi (12 oz small bottle)||144.93Дин|
|Water (12 oz small bottle)||97.67Дин|
|Milk (regular), (1 gallon)||358.23Дин|
Is Yugoslavian currency still valid?
Yugoslavia went through a period of hyperinflation and currency reforms to combat this during the late 80s and early 90s roughly over the period from 89 to 94. This is issued in september of 1993 ceased to be used when the currency was revalued in january of the next year.
Can you still use Yugoslavian dinars?
The Yugoslav dinar (YUM) is obsolete.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.