What is the Slovenian Tolar (SIT)?

The Slovenian tolar was the currency for Slovenia.
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The Slovenian tolar was the currency for Slovenia. The Slovenian tolar was replaced by the euro in 2007.

The currency code for the Slovenian tolar is SIT.

The Slovenian tolar was first seen in 1991 replacing the Yugoslav dinar. The tolar – like the dollar – has origins from the word ‘thaler’, which was a silver coin used in Europe for nearly 400 years.

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