Russian ruble to Croatian kuna conversion

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this page last updated:: Thr 28 Sep 2017

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Russian ruble Croatian kuna
1.00 kn0.11
2.00 kn0.22
3.00 kn0.33
4.00 kn0.44
5.00 kn0.55
6.00 kn0.66
7.00 kn0.77
8.00 kn0.88
9.00 kn0.99
10.00 kn1.09
11.00 kn1.20
12.00 kn1.31
13.00 kn1.42
14.00 kn1.53
15.00 kn1.64
16.00 kn1.75
17.00 kn1.86
18.00 kn1.97
19.00 kn2.08
20.00 kn2.19
Russian ruble Croatian kuna
21.00 kn2.30
22.00 kn2.41
23.00 kn2.52
24.00 kn2.63
25.00 kn2.74
26.00 kn2.85
27.00 kn2.96
28.00 kn3.07
29.00 kn3.18
30.00 kn3.28
31.00 kn3.39
32.00 kn3.50
33.00 kn3.61
34.00 kn3.72
35.00 kn3.83
36.00 kn3.94
37.00 kn4.05
38.00 kn4.16
39.00 kn4.27
40.00 kn4.38
Russian ruble Croatian kuna
41.00 kn4.49
42.00 kn4.60
43.00 kn4.71
44.00 kn4.82
45.00 kn4.93
46.00 kn5.04
47.00 kn5.15
48.00 kn5.26
49.00 kn5.37
50.00 kn5.47
51.00 kn5.58
52.00 kn5.69
53.00 kn5.80
54.00 kn5.91
55.00 kn6.02
56.00 kn6.13
57.00 kn6.24
58.00 kn6.35
59.00 kn6.46
60.00 kn6.57
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Russian ruble

The Russian Ruble is subdivided into 100 Kopeks. Coins are available in values of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Kopeks. Banknotes come in 5, 10, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 Rubles. The symbol for the Ruble was decided by a competition and approved by the Central Bank of Russia on 11th December 2013.

Croatian kuna

Croatian coins come in two versions, one with the name of a plant or animal in Croatian (issued in odd years) and the other with the Latin name (issued in even years). Croatia joined the European Union on 1 July 2013 and it plans to join the European Monetary System in the future. 

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