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Serbia, a country in southeastern Europe, has a rich history and cultural heritage. In addition to its beautiful natural landscapes, ancient architecture and cuisine, Serbia’s currency is also a topic worth paying attention to. In this blog, we will focus on Serbia’s currency, the Dinar, and its currency symbol, RSD.
This trip to Serbia, I planned to exchange some local currency at LUTON airport , but was told by the airport counter that it could only be exchanged after entering Serbia. Later, my manager said that because the dinar is a niche currency, first, there is no market, and second, it is not easy to make money in exchange, so there is no exchange service for RSD at British airports (unlike the euro, which is widely supported. ).
After landing in Belgrade (Belgrade), I exchanged 100 pounds for about 12,400 RSD dinars at the airport counter, and I felt a lot richer all of a sudden.
During the 5 days and 4 nights in Belgrade, I used Wirex to brush, and the exchange rate was very uneconomical. It was about 110 to 1 pound, while it was 1 to 136 with Wise . Almost at the same time, the exchange rate differs by about 20%. It seems that the exchange rates of various bank cards are indeed very different.
Shopping in Belgrade , I saw that many places can exchange euros and dinars. I saw a slogan at the airport: Serbia is the Center of Europe, the Gate of Europe, The Gate to Europe.
My daughter-in-law took my baby to buy shoes. My baby’s shoes were worn out. My daughter-in-law picked them out for my baby. After choosing them, I swiped my card and received a reminder on my mobile phone for 125 pounds. I said rub it. What shoes are so expensive, and then I found out that they are from NIKE. What scares me is that my daughter-in-law said that she didn’t look at the price and just bought it. She didn’t expect it to be so expensive. Then I checked online and found that the price on the UK official website was 130 pounds. She also told me that I saved 5 pounds by coming here. .
My son was so relieved, a pair of shoes were worn out, and then he said his feet were uncomfortable.
Consumption records in Serbia – you will receive a reminder for each transaction, Wise will convert GBP to RSD Dinar and charge a small fee
History of the Dinar
The dinar is the official currency of Serbia. The name is derived from the ancient Roman monetary unit “denarius”, which was a silver coin used for most of the Roman Empire and medieval Europe. The term is featured in the currencies of many countries, such as the Algerian dinar (DZD), the Libyan dinar (LYD), the Macedonian dinar (MKD), the Tunisian dinar (TND), and others.
RSD: Symbol for Dinar
RSD is the international currency code for the Serbian Dinar, according to the ISO 4217 standard of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This code consists of three letters, the first and second letters are usually the first two letters of the country’s international code, and the third letter is the first letter of the country’s currency. For example, the international code for Serbia is RS and the initial letter of the dinar is D, so the international currency code for the Serbian dinar is RSD.
Dinar coins and banknotes
There are two types of Serbian dinar: coins and banknotes. Coins come in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 dinars, while banknotes come in 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 dinars.
Serbia’s currency, the dinar, and its currency symbol, the RSD, have a deep historical background. The name dinar dates back to ancient Roman times, and the RSD is based on the ISO 4217 standard of the International Organization for Standardization. Understanding a country’s currency is an important way to understand the country’s history, culture and economy.
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