British Pound to Moroccan Dirham

Convert British Pound to Moroccan Dirham: GBP/MAD - MAD/GBP

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The Moroccan Dirham

The Moroccan Dirham is the official currency of Morocco, is a convertible currency but it is prohibited to export. The Dirham, in the current division in 100 santimat, has been around since 1974. The ISO code of the Moroccan currency is MAD.

Coins and Banknotes

The Moroccan Dirham (pl. dirhams) is divided into 100 santimat (sing. santim).
Coins: 10, 20 santimat and ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 dirhams - Banknotes: 20, 50, 100, 200 dirhams.


Morocco is a country in North Africa bordered by Algeria, the territory of Western Sahara, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Morocco is a constitutional monarchy whose capital is Rabat (1.7 million inhab.), has a population of 32.5 million people, official languages Arabic and Tamazight, time zone UTC 0 and internet TLD .ma.

Currency Converter

Enter the amount to be converted in one of the two boxes to the left to get into the right the value in the other currency. For example, to know how much is 1 Pound in Moroccan Dirham, insert 1 in the top box to the left and you will get the value in British Pound in the top box to the right.
The financial term used for the British pound is Pound Sterling (ster. or stg.) while in everyday language the word commonly used is Pound or Quid (slang).

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