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Dinar (BHD) is the currency in Bahrain

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Bahraini dinar is the currency used in Bahrain, Asia. It was introduced as currency in 1965 and replaced the former Gulf rupee. The currency is given out by the Central Bank of Bahrain - CBA with head offices in Manama.

Where is Bahrain?

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Bahrain is a monarcy in the Persian gulf with roughly 1 million inhabitants. The country's economy relies on petroleum, which brings in 60% of the state income. The country has 33 islands, where the biggest one (Bahrain) is mainly desert.

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