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  • n. Plural form of kroon.


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  • Prices are quoted in Estonian kroons but also in euros, which is due to be introduced next year.


  • All of his revenues are in Estonian kroons as are most of his costs.

    A Fistful Of Euros » A Fistful Of Euros

  • And two weeks ago, it agreed to trade the equivalent of $1.1 billion in Estonian kroons for Swedish kronor, swapping its own currency for one under immense pressure.


  • As a result you may well still find prices in shops and restaurants quoted in both euros and kroons, the former Estonian currency.

    Estonia's Tallin Offers Medieval Charms

  • It got sentimental running kroons through his bill counting machine.

    Trouble For The Euro? Not In Estonia

  • The Israelis paid the Estonians 80,000 kroons 5,500 dollars for the kidney transplant operation.

    Police investigates export of body parts

  • Exchange rates: kroons (EEK) per US$1 - 13.9 (January 1994), 13.2 (1993); note - kroons are tied to the German Deutschmark at a fixed rate of 8 to 1

    The 1994 CIA World Factbook

  • Exchange rates: kroons (EEK) per US$1 - 12.25 (January 1995); note - kroons are tied to the German Deutschmark at a fixed rate of 8 to 1

    The 1995 CIA World Factbook

  • After today, any remaining kroons have to be turned into the central bank.

    NPR Topics: News

  • This week, Estonians have been considering what to buy with their last kroons

    NPR Topics: News


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