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 What is the currency of the Republic of Ireland?

Answer The Republic of Ireland, along with 11 other European countries, adopted the euro as its currency on January 1, 2002. Ireland gained its independence from the United Kingdom, which still controls s... Read More »
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What is the official currency in Ireland?

The official currency of the Republic of Ireland is the euro, which it adopted in 1999 along with 11 other European countries. The euro is used interchangeably in many countries. Northern Ireland c... Read More »
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What is the currency used in Ireland?

The Republic of Ireland uses the euro as its currency. One euro equals 100 cents--but conversion is based on the value of the dollar at the time. In Northern Ireland, two currencies are accepted: t... Read More »
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What currency is used in Ireland?

The Euro is the official currency of Ireland. The country adopted the Euro as its currency in 1999, but continued to recognize the Irish pound until February 2002, when a three-year transition peri... Read More »
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What is the currency of dublin, ireland?

The Euro is the official currency of the Republic of Ireland. Dublin is the capital of Ireland. Occasionally, some of the smaller shop's will accept Great British Pounds sterling, but the Euro is t... Read More »
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