Can you use euro in Armenia?
NOPE. the national currency in armenia is ''the dram'' (translated to English as "money")
My mom use to live in armenia and she told me that "very good". My mom use to live in armenia and she told me that "very good".
Hungary does not use the Euro but you can Exchange the Euro at a bank.
Norway does not use the Euro
Morocco doesn't use Euro
Yes, Slovenia does use the Euro.
There are 14 countries not on the Euro United Kingdom Armenia Bulgaria Czech Rep. Denmark Hungary Latvia Lithuania Norway Poland Romania Sweden Switzerland
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No, Tunisian doesn't use euro, They use Tunisian dinar (TND).
Albania does not use the euro. Albania's currency is the Lek
No china does not use the Euro. The currency in China is the Renminbi.
No. Prague is in the Czech Republic, which does not use the Euro.
The currency is called the Euro, not the Euro Dollar. Not all countries in the European Union use the Euro. There are 28 countries that are members of the European Union. 18 use the Euro. 10 use their own currencies.
No African countries use the Euro itself however 16 have there currency pegged to the Euro
Usually those who travel to the Euro Zone because we don't use the Euro yet.
Cork is in the Republic of Ireland and the Republic of Ireland uses the euro, so Cork does use the euro.
England doesn't use Euro. They use pounds.
Romania don't use officially euro.
They use the Euro. The Euro was introduced in 1999 by the European Union.
As of January 2014,18 of the 28 EU member countries use the Euro. Euro coins can be used in any of the 18 countries which use the Euro, plus in 6 non-EU countries which also use the Euro.
they don't use the euro. they r not apart of the EU so they still use rubble
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No, Turkey is not in the European Union and does not use the Euro.
Spain uses the Euro.
the Euro is the currency of the Republic of Ireland
The Hryvnia is the currency of Ukraine, not the euro.
Helsinki, along with the rest of Finland use the Euro. Euro.
No. Mongolia is in Asia, not Europe. It is not a member of the European Union and does not use the Euro.
Members of the Eurozone were allowed to use the Euro. See the list on Wikipedia.
I believe it was proposed that Lithuania would use Euro from 2010, but no, not now. The installment of Euros got postponed several times. Euro, though, is circulated in Lithuanian banks, but you cannot use an Euro to buy things.
Of course you can ! You can use Euro in any country using it as a currency.
We use the euro and you use the dollar. 1 euro = 1.37 dollars.
Yes, they are part of the European Union and so use the euro.
The Romans called Armenia, Armenia. The name has not changed.
Yes they do. Yes, the Euro is used in Germany.
There are some places where they like to take the euro
The euro pre-dates the establishment of the Republic of Kosovo.
Yes, Germany's currency is now the euro.
Yes, Greece uses the Euro.
Some countries in Europe began to use the Euro in 2002. Many countries in Europe do not use the Euro as their currency. The Euro officially went into circulation on January 1, 2002.
The UK does NOT use the Euro ! We still use the British Pound (GBP) and will do until there is a referendum of the people whether to join the Euro or not ! The only country using the Euro in the UK is Eire.
Yes, but not US cents. Spain is part of the eurozone in the EU so they use the euro as their currency. The euro is divided into 100 (euro-)cents.
Most countries in the world are not in the Euro. Most (not all) the contries in Europe use Euro but that's about it
No. The Euro Area could be a loose term for the European countries that use the Euro.
Latvia does use the Euro. It started doing so on the 1st of January 2014.
Italy uses the Euro, as do most of the member nations of the EU. Italians use euro
10 countries in the EU currently don't use the Euro.