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Turkish lira and Euro.

TRY / EUR converter


ECB excange rates
22 November 2017

TRY exchange rate today:

1 TRY = 4.6211 EUR

EUR exchange rate today:

1 EUR = 0.2164 TRY

Euro
Turkish lira

Convert TRY to EUR.
₺ 1 TRY = € 0.22 EUR
₺ 2 TRY = € 0.43 EUR
₺ 5 TRY = € 1.08 EUR
₺ 10 TRY = € 2.16 EUR
₺ 20 TRY = € 4.33 EUR
₺ 50 TRY = € 10.82 EUR
₺ 100 TRY = € 21.64 EUR
₺ 200 TRY = € 43.28 EUR
₺ 500 TRY = € 108.20 EUR
₺ 1000 TRY = € 216.40 EUR

Turkish lira
Euro

Convert EUR to TRY.
€ 1 EUR = ₺ 4.62 TRY
€ 2 EUR = ₺ 9.24 TRY
€ 5 EUR = ₺ 23.11 TRY
€ 10 EUR = ₺ 46.21 TRY
€ 20 EUR = ₺ 92.42 TRY
€ 50 EUR = ₺ 231.06 TRY
€ 100 EUR = ₺ 462.11 TRY
€ 200 EUR = ₺ 924.22 TRY
€ 500 EUR = ₺ 2310.55 TRY
€ 1000 EUR = ₺ 4621.10 TRY

What is TRY

The Turkish lira is the currency of Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (recognised only by Turkey). The Turkish lira is subdivided into 100 kuruş. Turkish currency sign was TL, from 2012 Turkey started to use for its money a sign ₺. All obverse sides of current banknotes and reverse sides of current coins have portraits of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. According to the Merrypenny Currency Converter the most popular conversion rates are equally Turkish lira to euro and Turkish lira to USD. Find out more what is TRY...

What is EUR

The euro is an aggregate currency covering of the economies of the 17 countries of the eurozone, a subset of the 27 member European Union (EU). It directly impacts over 500 million people worldwide, including the 326 million population within the eurozone itself and the 175 million people that live in countries that either use the euro or live in countries where their local currency is pegged to the EUR. A euro is broken down into 100 cents. Euro is represented in accounting using the symbol €. Find out more what is EUR...

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