Georgia declared its independence from the USSR in 1991. Georgia used Russian Ruble until 1993. Georgia Voucher was used in Georgia from 1993 to 1995 and then, in 1995, it was transferred to Georgian Lari. Today, Lari is used as the official currency of Georgia. Detailed information about the Georgian currency can be found in the rest of the article.
What is the currency of Georgia? Information about Georgian Lari
The official currency of Georgia is Lari. Lari sign is used as “₾” and “ლ”. “GEL” is used as the abbreviation and code of Georgian Lari. Georgian Lari subunit is recorded as “tetri”. 100 tetri is equivalent to 1 Georgian Lari. Georgian Lari is published by the National Bank of Georgia. For information about Libyan currency Libyan Dinar you can check here.
The Georgian Lari banknotes are as follows:
- 1 Georgian Lari (The 1 Lari banknote is the smallest Georgian Lari banknote)
- 2 Georgian Lari
- 5 Georgian Lari
- 10 Georgian Lari
- 20 Georgian Lari
- 50 Georgian Lari
- 100 Georgian Lari
- 200 Georgian Lari
- 500 Georgian Lari (The 500 Lari banknote is the largest Georgian Lari banknote)
The Georgian Lari coins are as follows:
- 1 Tetri
- 2 Tetri
- 5 Tetri
- 10 Tetri
- 20 Tetri
- 50 Tetri
- 1 Lari
- 2 Lari
Georgian Lari to US Dollar and Euro?
With the current exchange rate (21.03.2021) 1 Georgian Lari is equivalent to 0.30 USD. However, with the current exchange rate (21.03.2021) 1 Georgian Lari is equivalent to 0.25 Euro.
For details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgian_lari