Useful information relating to the Guatemalan Quetzal currency GTQ
1 Q = 100 centavo
The quetzal (locally: keˈtsal) is the currency of Guatemala. It is named after the national bird of Guatemala, the Resplendent Quetzal. In ancient Mayan culture, the quetzal bird's tail feathers were used as currency. It is divided into 100 cents, called centavos in standard Spanish or lenes in Guatemalan slang. The plural can be either quetzales or quetzals.
Useful information relating to the Bahraini Dinar currency BHD
1 Bahraini Dinar = 1000 fils
*Pegged: 1 USD = 0.37600 BHD
The Bahraini dinar was introduced in 1965, replacing the Gulf rupee. In 2001 the dinar was officially pegged to the US Dollar at 1 USD = 0.376 BHD which translates to approximately 1 dinar = 2.65957 dollars and, consequently, 10 Saudi Arabian Riyals. It is the second highest valued currency.