CZK/PLN exchange ratesThe Czech koruna is the currency of the Czech Republic. Its international symbol is CZK. When paying with coins in the Czech Republic, we may encounter the symbol Kč - which is an abbreviation of “koruna česka”. The Czech currency is easily accessible in Poland due to the geographical proximity of the two countries. The exchange rate of the Czech koruna is relatively stable, but as CZK/PLN charts show, it has been in an upward trend for nearly 30 years.
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Average worldwide czech crown exchange rate
Forex quotations 0,1969 PLN
Last CZK / PLN exchange transactions
|How long ago||Exchange rate||Amount|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,2000||100,20 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,2000||100,20 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,2000||632,50 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,2000||4 466,35 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,2000||533,68 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,1963||9 164,15 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,1963||10 039,73 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,1963||796,12 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,1963||44 000,00 CZK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,1963||100,00 CZK|
Total sum of exchanges in the last 10 days
|Day||Total sum of concluded transactions|
|2022-10-01||5 000,03 CZK|
|2022-09-30||64 000,00 CZK|
|2022-09-28||67 357,86 CZK|
|2022-09-27||10 416,24 CZK|
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Czech koruna – history of the currency
Today’s Czech koruna is one of the youngest currencies in Europe. It has been the official currency in the Czech Republic since the collapse of Czechoslovakia, when the Czechoslovak koruna was transformed into the current Czech currency – CZK. However, the history of this means of payment is longer and is closely connected with the history of the country. At the beginning, when the Czech Republic was under the Habsburg rule, the Austro-Hungarian crown was in use on its territory. Then after the end of World War I in circulation appeared Czechoslovak crown, but this state did not last too long. World War II caused the occupation of a part of Czechoslovakia by Germany, which resulted in a new currency and linking its exchange rate to the German mark. The post-war period, i.e. the communist period, was the time of subsequent monetary revolutions in Czechoslovakia, where the Czechoslovak koruna was restored, which had a very unfavourable exchange rate. Only the split of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic into two states was an impulse to introduce separate monetary policies. The Czech koruna was introduced in the Czech Republic and the Slovak koruna waas adopted in Slovakia, however, Slovakia adopted the euro as its official currency in 2009. The Czech koruna is no longer dependent on the currency of any other country.
Czech koruna – information about the currency
The Czech koruna is divided into 100 haleres, but in practice, in 2009, all haleres coins were withdrawn from circulation. Therefore, when paying in the Czech Republic, you will encounter only “full” prices, for example 100 Czech korunas instead of CZK 99.99. The smallest denomination of a coin is 1 Czech crown, followed by 2 Kč, 5 Kč – all three are made of nickel-plated steel and their characteristic features are silver colour and the reverse with a large number of the denomination. In the case of all CZK coins, on the obverse we can see the Czech lion coat of arms. The other three Czech koruna coins differ in colour and denomination. In the case of 10 Kč it is steel covered with copper and on the reverse we can see the Brno Cathedral, the 20 Czech korunas coin owes its characteristic golden colour to steel covered with tinned copper. Whereas CZK 50 is a colour combination of the two above denominations – the coin consists of two rings, and on the reverse we see the royal castle in Hradcany. The Czech currency has banknotes in circulation with six denominations: 100 Kč, 200 Kč, 500 Kč, 1000 Kč, 2000 Kč, 5000 Kč. Each of them represents important people for the country, e.g. politicians, artists, and social activists. The banknotes of Czech crowns vary in colour and size. Czech crowns are only produced by one Czech Mint.
The Czech koruna is unlikely to be replaced by the euro any time soon. Although the Czech Republic, through its membership in the EU, is obliged to adopt the single currency and meets the conditions for admission to the monetary union, the process has been delayed. Czechs are very attached to their currency (CZK) and only a small percentage of the population wants the Czech koruna to give way to the euro.
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The exchange rate of Czech korunas is most often of interest to tourists who choose, for example, skiing in the Czech Republic. Prior verification of the cost of Czech korunas, allows you to save on the cost of currency exchange for the trip. The Czech koruna is a novelty on our website. It is a response to customer expectations. Are you interested in the current exchange rate of the Czech koruna? In the table at the top of the page you will find a chart and price list for the Czech koruna, along with the latest offers. Stay up to date with the quotes available at Walutomat.pl.
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