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Loti (LSL) is the currency in Lesotho

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    100 lisente

The Loti is the currency used in the kingdom of Lesotho. It was introduced in 1966 replacing the South African rand. The currency is issued by the Central Bank of Lesotho in Maseru.

Where is Lesotho?

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Lesotho is a small country within South Africa. The most important resource is fresh water, which is exported in large quantities to South Africa.

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