Albanian Lek

(EUR/ALL) -0,01%

Exchange rate Albanian Lek (ALL)

  • Last quote122,2484
  • Last quote (time)05:26
  • Difference-0,0147
  • Difference %-0,01%
  • Open122,2631
  • Close (previous trading day)122,2631
  • Day High (delayed)122,2655
  • Day Low (delayed)122,2471
  • Year High125,8500
  • Year Low 122,2471

Historical exchange rate Albanian Lek (€)

  • Date1 € = units
  • 23-02-2020122,263142
  • 22-02-2020122,181895
  • 21-02-2020121,594210
  • 20-02-2020122,295390
  • 19-02-2020121,320612
  • 18-02-2020121,179329
  • 17-02-2020122,235098
  • 16-02-2020122,084141

Albanian Lek (ALL) exchange rate

1 ALL = Units 1 Unit = ALL
US Dollar 0,0089 112,7008
British Pound 0,0068 146,0351
Euro 0,0082 122,2484
Japanese Yen 0,9900 1,0101
Swiss Franc 0,0087 115,2084

Albanian Lek Euro

The history of the Albanian Lek is a long one. Albania has had several currencies in the past. For example, during the German occupation in World War II she had a German war coin that was linked to the German Reichmark. After the liberation in 1944, the Albanian Lek was introduced, which was linked to the Yugoslav Dinar. Since 1948 the exchange rate Albanian has been determined by the free market.

Convert Albanian Lek Euro
For the correct exchange of Albanian Lek to Euro, the most recent exchange rate Albanian Lek Euro used. You can find this in the exchange rate calculator. In addition to the rate of the Albanian Lek Euro, the last rate of Albanian Leks against other foreign currencies can be found so that you can choose where you want to express the value of an amount in Albanian Leks

Did you know

The Albanian Lek is the currency of Albania. The official abbreviation for the currency is ALL. Coins can be obtained in the values ​​10, 20 and 50 Gindarkë and 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 Lekë. 1 Lek is 100 Gindarkë. Available tickets are available in 50, 100, 200, 500, 1,000 and 5,000 Lekë. The paper money is issued by the Albanian national bank, the Banka ë Shqiperisë. The coin was introduced in 1961 during the reform of the Soviet Union as a replacement for the "heavy" Lek (ALL) with a ratio of 10 to 1.