Swiss franc to Brazilian real conversion

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Swiss franc Brazilian real
CHF1.00 R$3.28
CHF2.00 R$6.56
CHF3.00 R$9.84
CHF4.00 R$13.12
CHF5.00 R$16.40
CHF6.00 R$19.68
CHF7.00 R$22.96
CHF8.00 R$26.24
CHF9.00 R$29.52
CHF10.00 R$32.80
CHF11.00 R$36.08
CHF12.00 R$39.36
CHF13.00 R$42.64
CHF14.00 R$45.92
CHF15.00 R$49.19
CHF16.00 R$52.47
CHF17.00 R$55.75
CHF18.00 R$59.03
CHF19.00 R$62.31
CHF20.00 R$65.59
Swiss franc Brazilian real
CHF21.00 R$68.87
CHF22.00 R$72.15
CHF23.00 R$75.43
CHF24.00 R$78.71
CHF25.00 R$81.99
CHF26.00 R$85.27
CHF27.00 R$88.55
CHF28.00 R$91.83
CHF29.00 R$95.11
CHF30.00 R$98.39
CHF31.00 R$101.67
CHF32.00 R$104.95
CHF33.00 R$108.23
CHF34.00 R$111.51
CHF35.00 R$114.79
CHF36.00 R$118.07
CHF37.00 R$121.35
CHF38.00 R$124.63
CHF39.00 R$127.91
CHF40.00 R$131.19
Swiss franc Brazilian real
CHF41.00 R$134.47
CHF42.00 R$137.75
CHF43.00 R$141.02
CHF44.00 R$144.30
CHF45.00 R$147.58
CHF46.00 R$150.86
CHF47.00 R$154.14
CHF48.00 R$157.42
CHF49.00 R$160.70
CHF50.00 R$163.98
CHF51.00 R$167.26
CHF52.00 R$170.54
CHF53.00 R$173.82
CHF54.00 R$177.10
CHF55.00 R$180.38
CHF56.00 R$183.66
CHF57.00 R$186.94
CHF58.00 R$190.22
CHF59.00 R$193.50
CHF60.00 R$196.78
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Swiss franc

The Swiss Franc is the official currency of Switzerland and Liechtenstein. It is also used in the region of Campione d’Italia in Italy as well as in Büsingen am Hochrhein of Germany. One Swiss Franc is worth 100 Centimes, also known as Rappen in German and Centesimo in Italian. Coins come in 5, 10 and 20 Swiss Centimes as well as ½, 1, 2 and 5 Swiss Francs. Banknotes are available in 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 1000 Swiss Francs. As a reserve currency, the Swiss Franc is ranked 4th in value in the world at the time of writing.

Brazilian real

The word "Real" in Portuguese means "royal" or "real." The Dollar sign used for the Brazilian Real uses two vertical lines instead of the more recognized one line. Traditionally Brazilian banknotes feature the words "Deus Seja Louvado" which means "God Be Praised." However in 2012, it was questioned as to whether these words should be used as the country’s stance on religion is neutral. The bank stated that it was not favoring one particular religion but could "legitimately make reference to the existence of a higher being."

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