CROATIA

(kuna = 100 lipas)

24-HRK

Text Box: 	25.6.1991 - Croatia declared its independence from Yugoslavia.
	8.10.1991 - replacement of Yugo dinars by Croatian dinars.
	30.5.1994  the dinar was replaced by the kuna.
	The Croatian dinar and the Krajina dinar used in Serbian Krajina till 1995 when Croatia took control of the region are not more exchangeable.
Text Box: Import / Export restrictions:
	Foreign currency:
  In: free up to equivalent of 10 000 EUR  - declaration if more
 Out: same
	Local currency:
  In: free up to 10 000 EUR  - declaration if more
 Out: same

NOTES in circulation

25kuna1997(32mm,12.75g)(Danube border)

25 kuna (1997)( 5 yrs. U.N. Membership)

25 Kuna (1997) Esperanto Congress

25 Kuna (1998) Lisbon Expo

25 Kuna (1999) European Union

25 Kuna (2000) Human Fetus

25 Kuna (2001) 10 yrs. of Independence

5 kuna (1993)( 26.50mm,7.45g) Bear

5 kuna (1994)( 26.50mm,7.45g) SENJ

5kuna (1994+)( 26.50mm,7.45g)Ursus arctos

2 kuna (1993+)(24.5mm,6.2g) Tuna

2 kuna (1994+) Thunnus thynnus

1 Kuna (1993+)(22.5mm,5g) Nightingale

1 Kuna (1994+) Luscinnia megarhynchos

1 Kuna (1996) Olympics

1 Kuna (2004) 10 year Anniversary

50 lipa (1993)(20.5mm,3.65g)

50 lipa (1994+) Degenia velebitica

50 lipa (1996) European Soccer

20 lipa (1993)(18.5mm,2.9g) Maslina

20 lipa (1994)(18.5mm,2.9g) Olea europaea

20 lipa (1994)(18.5mm,2.9g) FAO

10 lipa (1993,95)(20mm,3.2g) Duhan

10 lipa (1994+)Nicotiana tabacum

10 lipa (1995)(20mm,3.2g) United Nations

5 lipa (1993+)(18mm,2.5g)

5 lipa (1994,96) Quercus robur

5 lipa (1996)(18mm,2.5g) Olympics

2 lipe (1993+)(17mm,0.92g)

2 lipe (1994,96)Vitis vinifera

2 lipe (1996)Olympics

1 lipa (1993+)(17mm,0.7g)

1 lipa (1994,96) Zea Mays

Text Box: redeemable
Text Box: redeemable
Text Box: redeemable

50 kuna (7.3.2002)(134*67mm)

50 kuna (31.10.1993)(134*67mm)

20 kuna (7.3.2001)(130*65mm)

20 kuna (31.10.1993)(130*65mm)

10 kuna (30.5.2004)(126*63mm) comm

10 kuna (7.3.2001)(126*63mm)

10 kuna (15.1.1995)(126*63mm)

10 kuna (31.10.1993)(126*63mm)

5 kuna (7.3.2001)(122*61mm)

5 kuna (31.10.1993)(122*61mm)

Text Box: redeemable
Text Box: redeemable
Text Box: redeemable
Oval: to the rates

In circulation according to the Central Bank,

 but people widely do not take them 

 

NOTES and COINS we buy

buy/sell

% fixing

Valid till:

Notes

kuna 1000, 500 (1993); 200, 100, 50 (2002); 20 (2001); 10 (2001,4)

xx / xx %

in circulation

una 200, 100, 50  (1993) - were in circulation till 1.1.2010

xx / xx %

no limits

una 20, 5 (1993); 10 (1995) - were in circulation till 31.3.2007, [5 (2001) in circulation, but not easy to use]

old 10 kuna (1993) (purple) - were in circulation till 31.3.2001

 

the  Croatian and the Krajina dinars used till 1995 are not exchangeable !!

 

not exchangeable !!

Coins

1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 lipa; 1, 2, 5, 25 kuna (93+)

xx / xx %

in circulation

Area

(sq km)

Population (2005)

Language/Ethnicity

Ethnicity / Religion

Life duration

GDP per capita

(world position)

Croat 89.6 %

56 538

4 494 749

Serb 4.5 %

Roman Catholic 87.8 %

male 70.79

2004 : 11 568 (57)

Zagreb 685 500

Bosniak 0.5 %

Orthodox 4.4 %

female 78.31

2005 : 11 600 (77)

Split 173 600

Hungarian 0.4 %

Muslim 1.3 %

 

 

1 000 kuna (31.5.1993)(150*75mm)

500 kuna (31.5.1993)(146*73mm)

200 kuna (7.3.2002)(142*71mm)

200 kuna (31.10.1993)(142*71mm)

100 kuna (7.3.2002)(138*69mm)

100 kuna (31.10.1993)(138*69mm)