The Lira is the acceptable form of cash payment.
The Turkish Lira is used in Istanbul and in Turkey.
Istanbul is located in Turkey. The national monetary unit in use in Turkey is the Lira.
At the time Italy converted from lira to the euro, the interchange rate was L1,936 = €1.00, so if it were still possible to exchange lira for euros that amount would be worth all of one euro cent.
Italy uses Euros now.
Istanbul is in the country, Turkey. The currency in Turkey is called the Lira. At today's market rate, 1 Lira is worth about $0.55 US, but PLZ remember that the rate floats day to day.
Printed Paper. Turkish Lira
Dollars, Euros, Lira, Pounds, Pesos, Franks, etc.
It depends on: A) What sort of Lira. There are many countries whose currency is called Lira in English; Turkish Lira, Lebanese Lira etc. B) What sort of dollars, Australian, Singapore etc. If you mean Italian Lira, the answer is nothing. Italian Lira were replaced by Euros in 2002, and they can no longer be exchanged.
Yes, the euro is the official currency of Italy, replacing the Lira.
The deadline to exchange lira to euro is February 29, 2012.
Before the Euro was used, Italians used Lira as their money.
No, the currency of Turkey is the Turkish Lira.In some tourist areas the Euro may be accepted.The currency is the New Turkish Lira, which is worth about half a Euro. However people are happy to accept Euros if you prefer to pay that way. In markets etc euros (or sterling) is a cheaper way than using Turkish Lira
Lira are now obsolete, so you will have to put them on collection at your bank, they will convert them to euros and then to Australian dollars at the going rate for that day.
Before Italy adopted the Euro, the Italian currency was the Lira.
Approx: 320 dirhams, 309 lira and 400 euros :d enjoy
1,000,000 Old Turkish Lira = 1 New Turkish Lira. So your money is worth 7.5 US cents. There are 1,000,000 old lira in 1 New Turkish lira, so your old lira have little money value, just curiosity value. (1 New Turkish lira is worth (March 2009) about US$0.75.) Any remaining old lira has to be converted at either the Turkish Central Bank or T.C. Ziraat Bank branches, at the rate of 1 million old lira = 1 new lira Refer to www.coinmill.com for currency values in different currencies.
The Italian currency of Euros is approximately 336 to the 800 Turkish Liras. This is determined based off of one Lira being worth 21/50 of one single Euro.
the lebanese lira. every 1500 lira make about 1$. the confidence in the lira is very high as it maintained it value during numerous wars. in Lebanon the lowest currency is 50 lira coin which is mostly used to clean boots from gums :). there is a 250 lira coin ( used as a quarter ) 500 lira coin. 1000 bil, 5000, 10000, 50000, 100000.... if your a tourist you can use dollars and many places take euros. but mostly liras and dollars.
Yes it is cheaper to buy in Turkey! I am sat in Istanbul now and the rate one the street is 2.4 Lira to the British Pound. I got 2.17 in Heathrow and feel really cheated. Buy is Turkey!!
When I Lived the from July 1994 to January 1998, 1 Italian Lira was worth $6.60USD. The Lira has also ceased to be the currency of Italy. :( The Euro was introduced and circulated alongside the Lira on Friday, January, 1, 1999. The Lira ceased to be legal tender on Thursday, February, 28, 2002. All Lire that you still currently own can be converted to Euros at the Bank of Italy until Wednesday, February, 29, 2012. :)
As of 15 December 2016 70,000 Italian Lira would be worth approximately $37.74The Italian Lira (ITL) is obsolete. It was replaced with the Euro (EUR) on January 1, 1999.One EUR is equivalent to 1936.27 ITL.Using that information and the current (as of 15 Dec 2016) conversion rate of Euros to Dollars(100 Euros = $104.39),:70,000 ITL x 1 EUR/1936.27 ITL x $104.39/100 EUR = $37.74
You can use USD Dollars, Euros and Turkish lira, nowadays it's very close to USD. (1 Lira = 1.2 Dollars) I suggest you to use Turkish Liras, it would be more cheaper. For example, you wanted to buy a picture. Seller says "1 euro or 1 lira". If you give him 1 Euro, you will be given 1.8 Liras. But if you give 1 lira, you will save 0,8 liras :) That was just an example.
Yes, bin is thousand. 100 Bin lira = 100 Lira.