The Lat was the currency of Latvia until 31 December 2013. It was replaced by the euro as the official currency of Latvia on 1 January 2014 at the fixed exchange rate of 1 EUR = 0.702804 LVL.
The Kenyan shilling is the official currency of Kenya and has the symbol KES. It is sub-divided into 100 cents. The Kenyan shilling replaced the East African shilling in 1966 at par.
1 LVL = 159.689 KES
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