When it comes to measuring currency, most people only know how to count coins.
However, there are many countries that have their own currencies.
We’ve collected the official information on the countries that accept Euros, the currencies of the major currencies, and currencies used by some other countries in the world.
You can use the links below to find more information about the currencies used in each country.
Albania is one of those countries, with a total of 12 currencies: The currency of Albania, the only one to be officially recognized as a currency.
The main currency used in Albania.
The currency used by the national bank.
The most common currency used for exchange in Albania, with the lowest rate.
The National currency, which has been around since the early 1800s.
The local currency, the dinar.
The US dollar and the euro, with which many goods are exchanged.
The euro has been used since the 1990s.
Other currencies that are used in the country include the rue euro (about $5), the rurik (about €5), and the din (about US$5).
The dinar has been widely used since 2000.
The official currency of Montenegro is the din, but most of the money is spent on things like food and medicine.
Other popular currencies include the koruna (about 40,000 dinars), the dinat (about 5,000), the euro dinar (about 50 dinars) and the rura (about 60 dinars).
The rura is the only other country in the European Union to have a state-owned bank.
Some small nations use the euro in place of the din in their currency.
In Turkey, for example, the official currency is the yüksek (about 25 dinars, or $25).