Currency of Turkey: Turkish lira ₺
The Turkish Lira is the currency of Turkey. The code of Turkish lira is TRY. We use ₺ as symbol of Turkish lira. The Turkish Lira is divided in 100 kuruş. TRY is regulated by Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
Did you know:
- The most popular conversions of Turkish lira are TRY/euro TRY/US dollar TRY/Saudi riyal TRY/Australian dollar
- the Turkish lira was introduced in 1 Jan 2005 (15 years ago).
- There are 6 coins for the Turkish lira ( 1Kr , 5Kr , 10Kr , 25Kr , 50Kr and ₺1 ),
- the Turkish lira has 6 banknotes ( ₺5 , ₺10 , ₺20 , ₺50 , ₺100 and ₺200 )
The New Turkish Lira (Pound)
Ataturk, otherwise known as the Father of the Turks, is the man whose face is visible on the face of every Turkish banknote. He relinquished his real name, Mustafa Kemal, during the reign of the Ottoman Empire, and founded the first republic in Turkey in 1922. He initiated the separation of religion from state, the removal of the capital from Istanbul to Ankara, and the granting of the vote to women. He also replaced the Arabic alphabet with the Latin alphabet. Above all, "Gazi" ("Victorious"), it was natural to call him by the traditional nickname of Ataturk or Father of the Turks just like historical Turkish figureheads, because he was the originator of all the reforms that formed the foundation of Turkey as it is today.
Ataturk's profile is also featured on all the Turkish coins, both Kurus and Lira (the Turkish Pound). On the backs of the banknotes are found images of the tomb of Ataturk (on 1 lira and 5 lira bills), an old map of the Ottoman Empire (on the 10 lira bill) or else the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7 wonders of the world on the 20 lira bill and the famous Capadocce on 50 lira bills. The 100 lira bill bears a picture of the Ishak Pacha palace.
1 Turkish Lira/Pound = 100 Kurus, the name of which comes from gurûs, in Ottoman Turkish, deriving in turn from the medieval Latin word grossus, meaning large.
Converter Turkish lira
The TRY converter is provided without any warranty. Prices might differ from those given by financial institutions as banks, brokers or money transfer companies.
|euro to Turkish lira||1 EUR = 6.5599 TRY|
|US dollar to Turkish lira||1 USD = 5.9350 TRY|
|Saudi riyal to Turkish lira||1 SAR = 1.5822 TRY|
|Australian dollar to Turkish lira||1 AUD = 4.0634 TRY|
|UAE dirham to Turkish lira||1 AED = 1.6158 TRY|
|Malaysian ringgit to Turkish lira||1 MYR = 1.4591 TRY|
|Kuwaiti dinar to Turkish lira||1 KWD = 19.5519 TRY|
|South African rand to Turkish lira||1 ZAR = 0.4125 TRY|
|Canadian dollar to Turkish lira||1 CAD = 4.5220 TRY|
|Qatari rial to Turkish lira||1 QAR = 1.6300 TRY|
|Afghan Afghani to Turkish lira||1 AFN = 0.0760 TRY|
|British pound to Turkish lira||1 GBP = 7.7877 TRY|
|Iranian rial to Turkish lira||1 IRR = 0.0001 TRY|
|Bahraini dinar to Turkish lira||1 BHD = 15.7431 TRY|
|Bangladeshi taka to Turkish lira||1 BDT = 0.0699 TRY|
|Philippine peso to Turkish lira||1 PHP = 0.1166 TRY|
|Moroccan dirham to Turkish lira||1 MAD = 0.6152 TRY|
Enter the amount to convert at the top and choose a second currency., You can also get the history of the price rate by clicking on the "convert" button., If you want to see the parity of the TRY currency with other currencies, go to the table " Turkish lira exchange rate" below.
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