A selection of Kyrgyzstan Som bank notes.
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World Currency Quiz

This is a World Currency quiz from taste2travel!

 

How well do you know your currencies? Test your knowledge with this World Currency quiz from taste2travel.

 

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01. What's the official currency of the Galapagos Islands?

A playful Galápagos Sea lion on South Plaza Island.
Correct! Wrong!

02. This is the currency of which country?

A selection of Kyrgyzstan Som bank notes.
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03. If you were shopping on Samoa using the official currency, which would you be using?

Souvenir Lava-lava's on sale at the Fugalei market.
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04. What's the official currency of Qatar?

The wonderfully colourful and beautiful currency of Qatar, the Riyal.
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05. The Australian dollar is the official currency of which Pacific nation?

The official currency of Tuvalu is the Australian dollar.
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06. On which Indian Ocean island is the Euro the official currency?

Euro Currency
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07. What's the official currency of North Korea?

Currency North Korea
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08. The Eastern Caribbean dollar is the official currency of how many nations/ territories?

My collection of Eastern Caribbean Dollars.
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09. What's the official currency of Kuwait?

Known as the strongest currency in the world, one Kuwaiti Dinar is worth a little more than US$3.
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10. This is the currency of which country?

The Taka features a portrait of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
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11. The Tenge is the official currency of which country?

The 10,000 tenge banknote, issued in 2011 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of independence from the Soviet Union.
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12. If you paid for a scenic flight over the Blue hole in New Caledonia, using local currency, which would you be spending?

Blue Hole of Voh, New Caledonia.
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13. This is the currency of which country?

Iceland Travel Guide: My Icelandic 1000 Krona bank note.
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14. What's the official currency of Mauritius?

Thatched umbrellas provide shade on the east coast beach of Belle Mare.
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15. If you paid for a scenic flight over Kaieteur Falls using the local currency, which would you be spending?

A rainbow over Kaieteur Falls, Guyana.
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16. What's the official unit of currency of Brazil?

The official currency of Brazil - Brazilian Reals.
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17. If you were shopping in Bahrain, which currency would you be using?

Golden lanterns at Manana souk.
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18. How many official currencies are there in Antarctica?

Port Lockroy Gentoo Penguins
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19. What's the official currency of the Åland Islands?

Typical Åland Islands Landscape
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20. What's the official currency of the Dutch Caribbean territory of Saba?

Artwork at Saba airport.
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Travel Quiz 13: World Currencies
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Author: Darren McLean

Darren McLean is an Australian full-time digital nomad who is focused on visiting all 246 countries and territories on the UN+ list.

He has currently visited 215 countries and territories.

Darren is an avid photographer, travel writer, scuba diver and owner/ author of taste2travel.com – a website which offers travel guides, travel quizzes, photography and much more.

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