On April 5, 1993, the Georgian currency changed from the Russian ruble to a unit called the Coupon Lari. On October 2, 1995, the currency of Georgia was changed again from the KuponLari to the Lari. It has become and is still known and used as the official currency of this country. The Lari sub-currency is the "tetri", which is one lari for every 100 tetri. The official global symbol of this currency is (₾), but in Georgia, in Georgian, this symbol is shown as (ლ) and in English as (GEL).
200 GEL / 100 GEL / 50 GEL / 20 GEL / 10 GEL / 5 GEL
: 2 GEL/ 1 GEL / 50 tetri / 20 tetri / 10 tetri / 5 tetri / 2 tetri / 1 tetri
The point is that 1-tetri and 2-tetri coins are not really used much.
1 What is the currency of Georgia?
2 What is the symbol of the Georgian currency?
The official global symbol of this currency is (₾), but in the country of Georgia in Georgian this symbol is shown as (l) and in English as (GEL).