|Sub-Unit:||1 $U = 100 centésimo|
The Uruguayan peso has been the name for the currency of Uruguay since the settlement by Europeans. The present currency was adopted in 1993 and is subdivided into 100 centésimos. Uruguayans have become accustomed to the constant devaluation of their currency and so many high-value items are denominated in U.S. dollars.
|Sub-Unit:||1 Franc = 100 rappen|
The franc is the currency of both Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Its name in the four official languages of Switzerland is Franken (German), franc (French and Rhaeto-Romanic), and franco (Italian).
|$U 1 UYU||Fr 0.03 CHF|
|$U 5 UYU||Fr 0.15 CHF|
|$U 10 UYU||Fr 0.30 CHF|
|$U 50 UYU||Fr 1.49 CHF|
|$U 100 UYU||Fr 2.98 CHF|
|$U 250 UYU||Fr 7.45 CHF|
|$U 500 UYU||Fr 14.89 CHF|
|$U 1,000 UYU||Fr 29.79 CHF|
|$U 5,000 UYU||Fr 148.93 CHF|
|$U 10,000 UYU||Fr 297.85 CHF|
|$U 50,000 UYU||Fr 1,489.26 CHF|
|$U 100,000 UYU||Fr 2,978.51 CHF|
|$U 500,000 UYU||Fr 14,892.57 CHF|
|$U 1,000,000 UYU||Fr 29,785.14 CHF|