Belarusian Ruble

(EUR/BYR) 0,14%
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Exchange rate Belarusian Ruble (BYR)

  • Last quote2,2646
  • Last quote (time)13:16
  • Difference0,0032
  • Difference %0,14%
  • Open2,2685
  • Close (previous trading day)2,2614
  • Day High (delayed)2,2685
  • Day Low (delayed)2,2646
  • Year High2,4921
  • Year Low 2,2390

Historical exchange rate Belarusian Ruble (€)

  • Date1 € = units
  • 17-10-20192,2614
  • 16-10-20192,2489
  • 15-10-20192,2602
  • 14-10-20192,2606
  • 13-10-20192,2579

Belarusian Ruble (BYR) exchange rate

1 BYR = Units 1 Unit = BYR
US Dollar 0,4927 2,0296
British Pound 0,3804 2,6285
Euro 0,4416 2,2646
Japanese Yen 53,4547 0,0187
Swiss Franc 0,4855 2,0596

Belarusian Ruble Euro

Between 1996 and 2000, the national debt of Belarus was multiplied. In the days of hyperinflation, even serious thought was made to link the Belarusian Ruble with the Russian Ruble. The Belarusian Ruble to the Euro rate was of course very under pressure because of the inflation in Belarus. The official exchange rate Belarusian Ruble fell 30.2 compared to 1995. The Belarusian Ruble to Euro rate in 1999 was 74.4 times what it was in 1995. The banks quickly accepted no Belarusian Rubles anymore.

Convert Belarusian ruble to Euro

Banks in the Netherlands do not accept the Belarusian Ruble. The best advice is to make up the Rubles in Belarus. If you want to go to Belarus on holiday, it is possible to buy Rubles in advance. Look for the most recent Ruble price from Belarusian Ruble to Euro on Wisselkoers.nl.

Did you know

The Belarusian Ruble is the successor of the old Russian Ruble. When the Soviet Union disintegrated at a rapid pace, temporary coupons were introduced in 1991 because the Ruble was literally no longer worth the paper it was printed on. The Belarusian Ruble replaced the food stamps and the Russian Rubles in 1993. The ISO code for the Belarusian Ruble is BYR. The rate of Belarusian Ruble was not exactly stable. The young state suffered from hyperinflation quite quickly. The Belarusian Ruble is in the following banknotes: 10, 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 100,000 and 200,000 Rubles.