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 What kind of money is used in Poland?

Answer The currency in Poland is called zloty. The code for zloty is PLN, and the symbol can be written as zl. One zloty is equal to 100 groszy, and the symbol for groszy is gr.Source:NewPoland.com: Thing... Read More »
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