Currency Converter · Azerbaijani Manat (AZN) to Swiss Franc (CHF)

The currency calculator will convert exchange rate of Azerbaijani manat (AZN) to Swiss Franc (CHF).

  • 10 AZN = 5.36 CHF
  • 50 AZN = 26.82 CHF
  • 100 AZN = 53.63 CHF
  • 200 AZN = 107.27 CHF
  • 250 AZN = 134.09 CHF
  • 500 AZN = 268.17 CHF
  • 1,000 AZN = 536.34 CHF
  • 2,000 AZN = 1,072.69 CHF
  • 2,500 AZN = 1,340.86 CHF
  • 5,000 AZN = 2,681.72 CHF
  • 10,000 AZN = 5,363.45 CHF
  • 20,000 AZN = 10,726.89 CHF
  • 25,000 AZN = 13,408.61 CHF
  • 50,000 AZN = 26,817.23 CHF
  • 100,000 AZN = 53,634.45 CHF
  • 1 CHF = 1.86 AZN
  • 5 CHF = 9.32 AZN
  • 10 CHF = 18.64 AZN
  • 20 CHF = 37.29 AZN
  • 50 CHF = 93.22 AZN
  • 100 CHF = 186.45 AZN
  • 200 CHF = 372.89 AZN
  • 250 CHF = 466.12 AZN
  • 500 CHF = 932.24 AZN
  • 1,000 CHF = 1,864.47 AZN
  • 2,000 CHF = 3,728.95 AZN
  • 2,500 CHF = 4,661.18 AZN
  • 5,000 CHF = 9,322.37 AZN
  • 10,000 CHF = 18,644.73 AZN
  • 50,000 CHF = 93,223.66 AZN

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Azerbaijani manat


The Azerbaijani manat (AZN) is the currency of Azerbaijan. The currency code is AZN and currency symbol is m, man, <img src="/sites/all/themes/bluemasters/images/symbols/small/AZN-symbol-small.png" alt="Azerbaijani manat symbol" />. The Azerbaijani manat is subdivided into 100 gepik. Frequently used Azerbaijani manat coins are in denominations of 1 gepik, 3 gepik, 5 gepik, 10 gepik, 20 gepik, 50 gepik. Frequently used Azerbaijani manat banknotes are in denominations of 1 manat, 5 manat, 10 manat, 20 manat, 50 manat, 100 manat.

Swiss Franc


The Swiss franc (CHF) is the currency of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Italy exclave Campione d'ltalla. It is also used in German exclave Büsingen whose sole legal currency is the euro. The currency code is CHF and currency symbol is CHF (used by banks and financial institutions), or Fr. (used by most businesses and advertisers), or SFr. The Swiss franc is subdivided into 100 Rappen (symbol: Rp.) in German, centime (symbol: c.) in French, centesimo (symbol: Ct.) in Italian, and rap (symbol: rp.) in Romansh. Frequently used Swiss franc coins are in denominations of 1 Fr., 2 Fr., 5 FR., 5Rp., 10Rp., 20Rp., 50Rp.(1/2 Fr.). Frequently used Swiss franc banknotes are in denominations of 10 CHF, 20 CHF, 50 CHF, 100 CHF, 200 CHF, 1000 CHF. The Swiss franc is considered as a hard currency, and a reserve currency.