|Azərbaycan manatı (Azerbaijani)|
|ISO 4217 Code||AZN|
|Inflation||1.4% December 2014|
|Source||Central Bank of Azerbaijan|
|Coins||1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 50 qəpik|
|Banknotes||1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 manat|
|Central bank||Central Bank of Azerbaijan|
The Manat is the national money used in Azerbaijan. It is divided into 100 qəpik. The word manat comes from the Russian word "moneta" which means coin. Manat was also the name of the Soviet ruble in both the Azerbaijani and Turkmen languages.
The Azerbaijani manat symbol, , is not easily typed on computers, so "m" or "man." can be used instead. Azerbaijani manat is also written as AZN. In Azerbaijan people can only use manats. Azebaijani manats are more valuable than the United States dollar and almost as valuable as the Euro.
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Money of Azerbaijan.|
- Der Standard article on the redenomination (in German)
- Azerbaijan International. Azerbaijan's New Manats: Design and Transition to a New Currency
- Catalog of Azeri coins and banknotes
- Heiko Otto (ed.). "Banknotes of Azerbaijan" (in English, German, and French). Retrieved 2019-08-19. (in English) (in German) (in French)