South Yemeni Dinar


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South Yemeni Dinar

The currency of South Yemen. It was introduced in 1965, replacing the East African shilling two years before South Yemen became independent. After South and North Yemen united in 1990, the South Yemeni dinar remained in circulation until 1996. It was replaced by the Yemeni rial.
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