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Argentine Peso


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Argentina - Argentine peso

1 Argentine peso = 100 centavos

International designation: P, ARS

Denomination banknotes in circulation: 100, 50, 20, 10, 5 and 2 pesos

Value of coins in circulation: 1, 2 and 5 pesos, and 50, 25, 10, 5 and 1 centavos


In the short time it was decided to make a new currency that would comply with all regulations and standards, such a turn could bring order in the country, as well as significantly improve the economy of the country.

Currency saw the world through the year, but it really was quite acceptable, it is worth noting that it was created and developed outside the country, which respectively had positive results.

Currency had a lot of security features, and after a while everything fell into circles in the country and formed the order, and the national currency has gained popularity and demand of local residents.


Virtually impossible to counterfeit currency.

On the obverse portraits of political currency, and outstanding figures of the country, but on the other side there are many attractions of the country, is also pointed out that the background notes depict various animals that live in the country.

Thus, the currency has become a rather interesting and unique, in addition, it is relatively stable and popular.


Tourist business in the country, though not highly developed, but still has a place to exist. That is a lot of tourists annually visit this country, so before you go you should know the following.

Currency can be exchanged at all banks and major shopping centers, hotels and special exchange points. Most banks and exchange points system is used tickets - instead of standing in line get a ticket number and then simply expected to approach the queue. This procedure takes a long time.