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Revision as of 17:09, 6 May 2021

Aswingtonian Manat
Demographics

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The manat is the currency of Aswington. The currency is divided into 100 kopecks.

Etymology

The word manat derived from the word "Moneta" (Latin Monēta) In Roman mythology, was a title given to two separate goddesses: the goddess of memory, and was an epithet of Juno, called Juno Moneta. The latter's name is a source of numerous words in English and other European languages, including the words "money" and "mint".

The name was used as a designation for the Soviet ruble in the Azeri and Turkmen languages.

Coins

First series
Image Value Description
One Kopek.png 1 kopeck Coat of arms of Aswington; Value
Five Kopeks.png 5 kopecks
Ten Kopeks.png 10 kopecks
Twenty Kopeks.png 20 kopecks Coat of arms of Aswington; Value;
Three decorative vertical lines.
Fifty Kopeks.png 50 kopecks
All coins are minted and designed by the Central Bank of the Republic.

Banknotes

First series

Image Value Main colour Description
1 manat
5 manat

References

See also