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Poland Currency

ISO 4217 code
PLN
Central bank
National Bank of
Poland
 Website
www.nbp.pl
User(s)
Poland
Inflation
0.7%
 Source
[1] (January 2014)
Subunit
 1/100
Grosz
Symbol

 Grosz
gr
Plural
The language(s) of
this currency belong
(s) to the Slavic
languages. There is
more than one way to
construct plural
forms.
Coins
1gr, 2gr, 5gr, 10gr,
20gr, 50gr, 1zł, 2zł,
5zł
Banknotes
10zł, 20zł, 50zł,
100zł, 200zł
Mint
Mennica Polska
 Website
www.mennica.com.pl
The złoty (pronounced
[ˈzwɔtɨ] ( );[2] sign:
zł; code: PLN), which
literally means
" golden", is the
currency of Poland. The
modern złoty is
subdivided into 100
groszy (singular: grosz,
alternative plural forms:
grosze; groszy). The
recognized English form
of the word is zloty,
plural zloty or zlotych.
[3] The currency sign zł,
is composed of Polish
small letters z and ł
(Unicode: U+007A z latin
small letter z & U+0142
ł latin small letter l with
stroke).
As a result of inflation
in the early 1990s, the
currency underwent
redenomination. Thus,
on January 1, 1995,
10,000 old złotych (PLZ)
became one new złoty
(PLN).
History
Further information:
Historical coins and
banknotes of Poland
Main article: Polish coins
and banknotes


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