Cyprus pound

Prior to the introduction of the euro, the monetary unit of the Republic of Cyprus was the Cyprus pound which was initially divided into 1.000 mils. In 1983 the mil was replaced by the cent and the Cyprus pound became denominated into 100 cent. On 1 January 2008, the euro replaced the Cyprus pound as the Republic’s monetary unit.

In accordance with the Adoption of the Euro Law (Law 33(I)/2007), as amended, the period for the exchange of Cyprus pound banknotes expired on 31 December 2017.

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Expiration dates of all national currencies for countries which have adopted the euro