• What is the currency in Russia?

    Vladimir Kulinich
    Vladimir Kulinich
    February 8, 2013
    What is the currency in Russia?

    The currency of the Russian Federation is the ruble. 1 ruble = 100 kopecks. The last time rubles were modified in 2010, when changes were made to the image of some banknotes. Russian ruble denominations are:

    • paper monetary units are from 5 rubles (no longer printed) to 5,000 rubles;
    • Coins come in from 1 kopeck to 50 kopecks and from 1 ruble to 25 rubles.

    Also in Russia, you can freely exchange rubles for any foreign currency or vice versa. This can be done in exchange offices or banks. In addition, it is possible to use foreign currency in the state.

    It is also possible to import foreign currency on a plastic card with no restrictions in the amount. Plastic cards can be paid in many institutions in all cities of Russia.

    To take out a large amount of money or securities, it is necessary to fill in the relevant customs declaration. Now you know what currency in Russia!

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