How well do you know currencies around the world? – Part 2

From euros to rupee, can you identify what are the main currencies used in countries around the world. This quiz has 20 questions ranging from countries using dollars through to guessing the country from the currency? We think 14/20 would be the score to beat, good luck.

Which country below does not use Dollars as its main currency?

1. South Africa
2. Singapore
3. Hong Kong

Which country's coins have holes in it?

1. Bhutan
2. Taiwan
3. Japan

Which is the official currency of Bulgaria?

1. Euro
2. Rupee
3. Lev

The United States of America circulated US $10,000 notes, who was on the front of it?

1. Woodrow Wilson
2. Salmon P Chase
3. Abraham Lincoln

What country uses a currency called the Cordoba?

1. Portugal
2. Panama
3. Nicaragua

Which is the only country on earth without coins?

1. Laos
2. Indonesia
3. Argentina

In which country would you pay with a Shilling?

1. Kenya
2. Canada
3. Finland

Where would you spend a Kina?

1. Fiji
2. Papua New Guinea
3. Samoa

What currency is pictured below?

1. Indian rupee
2. Japanese yen
3. Afghan afghani

In which country would you pay with Won?

1. Taiwan
2. South Korea
3. North Korea

Which country below uses US Dollars as its main currency?

1. Cayman Islands
2. Ecuador
3. Guatemala

What currency is used in Norway?

1. Norwegian krone
2. Norwegian shilling
3. Euro

A Russian ruble can be divided into 100 what?

1. Kopeks
2. Zloty
3. Bekas

What currency is used in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania?

1. Franc
2. Ruble
3. Euro

Which country invented plastic bank notes?

1. South Africa
2. Australia
3. United States of America

From those listed below, who appears on more denominations of currency worldwide?

1. Queen Elizabeth II
2. George Washington
3. Mao Zedong

What is the currency of Guatemala?

1. Quetzales
2. US Dollars
3. Pesos

Where in Asia would you use the peso?

1. Cambodia
2. Philippines
3. Laos

What was notable (other than the denomination) of the 100,000 peso bank note issued by the Philippines in 1998?

1. It was faintly radioactive due to the inks used
2. It was as large as a sheet of legal paper
3. The edges were coated in gold foil

Which is the third most traded currency in the world after the US dollar and the euro?

1. British pound
2. Australian dollar
3. Japanese yen

All 20 questions completed!

World Currencies - Part 2

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