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Does Croatia use the Euro?

As of 1st of January 2023, Euro is official currency of Croatia.

Croatia used to have Kuna (HRK) for its currency, but with Euro it became obsolete.

If you are in possession of Croatian Kuna (HRK) bills or coins, you can exchange them for Euro in Croatian National Bank.

Croatian Euro coin motives are a map of Croatia on 2 €, “kuna” or marten on 1 € which is in honor of our previous currency, Nikola Tesla who was born on territory of today’s Croatia and he is on 50, 20 and 10 cents, while we have a glagolitic letter on 5, 2 and 1 cent coins. Glagolitic script is old Slavic alphabet, which was used primarily in Croatia.

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