In 1991, Slovenia released its own currency, called the "Tolar", abbreviated as "SIT".
In March, 2004, 100 Slovenian Tolars converted to $ .70 Canadian dollars, or $ .52 US dollars, or .42 Euros. The SIT later became obsolete, when it was replaced by the Euro.
As of June 2007, 1 Euro is worth approx. $1.42 Canadian, or $1.33 USD.
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