|Russian ruble to Indian rupee||1 RUB = 1.0889 INR|
|Russian ruble to euro||1 RUB = 0.0144 EUR|
|Russian ruble to Indonesian rupiah||1 RUB = 228.9707 IDR|
|Russian ruble to Nigerian naira||1 RUB = 6.0808 NGN|
|Russian ruble to Philippine peso||1 RUB = 0.8513 PHP|
|Russian ruble to Georgian lari||1 RUB = 0.0448 GEL|
|Russian ruble to Armenian dram||1 RUB = 8.1846 AMD|
|Russian ruble to Bangladeshi taka||1 RUB = 1.4033 BDT|
|Russian ruble to Pakistani rupee||1 RUB = 1.8527 PKR|
|Russian ruble to South African rand||1 RUB = 0.2307 ZAR|
|Russian ruble to Uzbekistani som||1 RUB = 136.8682 UZS|
|Russian ruble to Ghanaian cedi||1 RUB = 0.0760 GHS|
|Russian ruble to Bulgarian lev||1 RUB = 0.0281 BGN|
|Russian ruble to Malaysian ringgit||1 RUB = 0.0688 MYR|
|Russian ruble to Canadian dollar||1 RUB = 0.0217 CAD|
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The ruble, the Russian currency
«That’s not worth a kopeck!» You’ve all heard this well-known expression to refer to something that isn’t worth much. The kopeck is the subdivision of the ruble, the Russian currency, and this expression actually comes from the fact that in the West, its value is rather low (100 kopecks ~$0.03 US) and Westerners make fun of it this way.
The ruble, or «roubit» (meaning «to chop») in Russian appeared in the 13th century; at the time, small pieces of silver ingot were chopped up with a hatchet to carry out transactions.
The Kremlin, the official residence of the tsars, then of the leaders of the USSR, and even today the political center of the Russian Federation, is very much represented on the Russian banknotes. This great triangular fortress flanked by 19 towers is located at the heart of Moscow and can be found on banknotes of 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 5,000 and 10,000 rubles with the 70m Spasski Tower dominating Red Square.
In recent years, Russian coins have also features a very famous figureheads that have contributed to the glory of the country such as Yuri Gagarin and Dostoyevsky.