Tiyin

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Tiyin
Uzbekistan
Value 1100 of a Uzbekistani som
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Tiyin (Cyrillic "тийин") is a unit of currency of Uzbekistan, equal to 1100 of a som. The tiyin was also the name of a subunit of the Kazakhstani tenge until 1995.

The Uzbeki Tiyin is the world's lowest value coin that is still legal tender, although in practice it is rarely found in circulation.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The most worthless coin in the world - BBC News, 26 February 2013