The Moroccan dirham is the currency of Morocco. The banknotes have both a paper banknote and polymer (plastic) banknote series in circulation. Bank Al-Maghrib is responsible for issuing the Moroccan banknotes.
The Moroccan dirham is the de facto currency in the Western Sahara, meaning it is not the legal tender, but still used by most of the population. The plural word for dirham is actually darahim, however most people who speak French or English use the term dirhams.
Did You Know?
These items cost the USD equivalent in the city of Casablanca, Morocco*:
10 Mile Cab Ride: $13.40 USD
Budget Dinner for 2: $8.36 USD
Pint of Beer: $2.99 USD
*Figures are based on 2018 data. Information is subject to change as exchange rates and cost of goods fluctuate.
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