The Turkish lira, TRY, is the Turkey Republic official currency, located in Western Asia. Introduced into circulation on October 29, 1923, replacing the Ottoman lira. The monetary unit is issued by the Turkey Republic Central Bank official issuer and takes 16th place in the most traded currencies ranking in the world.
Where to pay in TRY?
In addition to Turkey, it circulates in the Northern Cyprus Republic partially recognized administrative part.
How to exchange TRY?
Formally, the Turkish lira has 100 kuruş a division, which in turn can also be divided into 4000 par. However, since 2009, only coins with denominations from 1 to 50 kurush and 1 lira have been in circulation. Banknotes are issued in denominations from 5 to 200 liras.