Mountains on Slovenian Banknote

19 May 2022  Thu

The Bank of Slovenia issued Slovenian Tolar banknotes issued 1 Slovenian Tolar banknote of Triglav mountain series. They are part of the Slovenian Tolar banknotes series. The Bank of Slovenia started issuing these 1 Slovenian Tolar banknotes in 1991. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1992.

This yellow-colored Slovenian Tolar banknote has an illustration of the Triglav Mountains. The words ‘Republika Slovenija’ is printed on the note. The Tolar currency was in circulation between 8 October 1991 and 1 January 2007. It was subdivided into 100 stotinov or cents. The abbreviation for the currency was ‘SIT’.

Slovenia is located in Central and Southeast Europe touching the Alps and bordering the Mediterranean Sea. Its highest peak is Triglav i.e. 2,864 m or 9,396 ft. Slovenia term is a combination of Slavonia, Slovakia, and Slavia. One click away is your Slovenian Banknote.

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