Italian: Corona Azzurriana
|Plural||Crowns (Italian: Corone)|
|Nickname||Crown (Italian: Corona)|
|Banknotes||1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 Crowns|
|User(s)||Most Serene Empire of Azzurria|
|Central bank||Administration of the Patrimony of the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria|
|Printer||Azzurrian Polygraphic Institute|
|Pegged with||Euro (1:1)|
The Azzurrian Crown (Italian: Corona Azzurriana) is the currency of the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria, since 15 Novembre 2016.
It has not any sort of subunit, and it is based entirely on banknotes.
The Azzurrian Crown is unilaterally pegged 1:1 to Euro.
The Azzurrian Crown has been created, and adopted as national currency, on 15 November 2015, replacing the Italian Lira, that was the previos national currency since the creation of the Micronation.
The first, and actual, series of the Azzurrian Crown banknotes is titled "Nature & Food"; the banknotes were designed and printed by the Azzurrian state-owned company Azzurrian Polygraphic Institute.
|1 Crown||15 x 7,5||Gold||National Coat of Arm||Lotus flower, maple leaf, pine tree, rose|
|5 Crowns||15 x 7,5||Grey||National Coat of Arm||Bread, pie, pizza, spaghetti|
|10 Crowns||15 x 7,5||Red||National Coat of Arm||Mediterranean mussel, common octopus, shrimp, swordfish|
|20 Crowns||15 x 7,5||Violet||National Coat of Arm||Cat, chicken, dog, tortoise|
|50 Crowns||15 x 7,5||Green||National Coat of Arm||Apple, grape, lemon, pear|
|100 Crowns||15 x 7,5||Light Blue||National Coat of Arm||Goose, heron, house sparrow, seagull|