Bahrain, or officially the Kingdom of Bahrain, is an island country in the Persian Gulf. Bahrain is located in the Asian Continent and is east of the Arabian Peninsula. Bahrain is an economically prosperous country. Bahrain currency is extremely valuable. Detailed information about the currency of Bahrain “Bahrain Dinar” can be found in the rest of the article. You can browse here for information about the French Franc.
What is the currency of Bahrain? Information about Bahraini Dinar
The currency of Bahrain is “Dinar” and is listed as Bahraini Dinar. The Bahraini Dinar has been in circulation and used since 1965. The name of the Bahraini Dinar in the local language is دينار بحريني. The plural of Bahraini Dinar is used as “Dinars”. The Bahraini Dinar is currently issued by the Central Bank of Bahrain. The code for the Bahraini Dinar is BHD. The Bahraini Dinar number is 48. The symbol for the Bahraini Dinar is BD or .د.ب. The Bahraini Dinar is not used as an official currency in any country other than Bahrain.
What are Bahraini Dinar banknotes and coins?
The Bahraini Dinar banknotes are as follows:
- Half Bahraini Dinar
- 1 Bahraini Dinar
- 5 Bahraini Dinar
- 10 Bahraini Dinar
- 20 Bahraini Dinar
The Bahraini Dinar subunit is expressed as “fils”. In Arabic, fils are expressed as “فلس”. 1000 fils is equal to 1 Bahraini Dinar. The Bahraini Dinar coins are as follows:
- 5 Bahrain fils
- 10 Bahrain fils
- 25 Bahrain fils
- 50 Bahrain fils
- 100 Bahrain fils
- 500 Bahrain fils
For details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bahraini_dinar