Slovenian Tolar, the currency of Slovenia
The tolar (code: SIT) was the currency of Slovenia from 1991 until the introduction of the euro on 31 December 2006. It was subdivided into 100 stotinov. The name tolar comes from Thaler, and is cognate with dollar.
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|1 SIT =||0.00556||0.00417||0.00356||0.54260||0.00574||0.00606||0.00515||0.18313||0.03404||0.05568||0.07152|
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