|Sub-Unit:||1 Franc = 100 rappen|
The franc is the currency of both Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Its name in the four official languages of Switzerland is Franken (German), franc (French and Rhaeto-Romanic), and franco (Italian).
|Sub-Unit:||1 SYP = 100 piastre|
The Syrian pound is the currency of Syria and is subdivided into 100 qirsh, although coins in qirsh are no longer issued. The Syrian Pound is not a hard currency, and there are restrictions on its export. In 2012 the exchange rate deteriorated quickly. The Black Market is the only source of foreign currencies to Syrian nationals who want to travel abroad.
|Fr 1 CHF||LS 518.76 SYP|
|Fr 5 CHF||LS 2,593.81 SYP|
|Fr 10 CHF||LS 5,187.61 SYP|
|Fr 50 CHF||LS 25,938.07 SYP|
|Fr 100 CHF||LS 51,876.13 SYP|
|Fr 250 CHF||LS 129,690.33 SYP|
|Fr 500 CHF||LS 259,380.67 SYP|
|Fr 1,000 CHF||LS 518,761.33 SYP|
|Fr 5,000 CHF||LS 2,593,806.66 SYP|
|Fr 10,000 CHF||LS 5,187,613.31 SYP|
|Fr 50,000 CHF||LS 25,938,066.57 SYP|
|Fr 100,000 CHF||LS 51,876,133.14 SYP|
|Fr 500,000 CHF||LS 259,380,665.72 SYP|
|Fr 1,000,000 CHF||LS 518,761,331.44 SYP|