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Lebanese pound (LBP) is the currency in Lebanon

Facts about Lebanese pound

  • Country:
  • Currency:
    Lebanese pound
  • Currency code (ISO 4217):
  • Short for the currency:
  • Currency subunits:
    100 qirsh

The Lebanese pound (lira) was introduced as currency in Lebanon in 1924 replacing the Syrian pound. The currency is issued by Banque du Liban in Beirut and comes in 4 coins and 6 banknotes.

Where is Lebanon?

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Lebanon is a republic by the Mediterranean. The country has borders to Israel and Syria. Lebanon is striving to become the center for banking in the Middle East. The economy is good and the country has the best welfare in the Middle East.

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