Casinos supporting Turkish Lira Currency
Turkish lira is a currency that can be encountered in Turkey as well as the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The currency is divided in 100 kurus and it was created in 1923, with two iterations being available since then. The second Turkish lira iteration was basically a redenomination as the government officially agreed with the removal of six zeros.
Right now you can find coins that depict 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 kurus and 1 Turkish lira. The official sign of this currency was created in 2012 by the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey and it basically depicts the letter L which is shaped in the form of a half anchor, and which is also embedded with letter “t”, who’s double stripped and with an angle of around 20 degrees.
The abbreviation for this currency is YTL and the interesting thing to know about this currency is that the observe sides of these banknotes and the reverse of these coins include a portrait of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. This is a great change of pace if you consider the fact that the original Turkish lira included mostly architectural features and geographical sites rather than personalities.