### What is a cruzeiro?

The former Brazilian currency was the cruzeiro. In fact, there were three distinct cruzeiro currencies. The first cruzeiros circulated during the years 1942-1967. The second cruzeiros circulated during the years 1967-1986. This second set was called 'cruzeiro novo' ['new cruzeiro']. It replaced the first ['old'] cruzeiro currency, at the rate of one cruzeiro novo for every 1,000 old cruzeiros. The third set circulated during the years 1990-1993.

### What is the value of 410000 cruzeiros?

The value of 410,000 cruzeiros is equal to 149.09 Brazilian real, which is equivalent to $85.15. The Brazilian cruzeiro is obsolete. It was replaced with the Brazilian real on July 1, 1994. One Brazilian real is equivalent to 2750 Brazilian cruzeiros. One Brazilian real is equivalent to 0.571102 U.S. dollars.

### How much is 1000 mil cruzeiros?

Brazilian 1000 mil cruzeiros equalled one cruzeiro real which in turn equalled 1/2750 of a current real. The third cruzeiro currency [ISO code BRE, 1990-1993] was replaced by cruzeiro real [BRR, 1993-1994] at a rate of one cruzeiro real equalling 1000 cruzeiros. The current real currency [BRL, 1994-present] replaced the cruzeiro real at a rate of one real equalling 2750 cruzeiros reais.