Escudo

The escudo is a unit of currency. It was used in Portugal and in their colonies and continues in use in several nations today. Currently, Cape Verde uses the escudo as its unit of currency. Escudo is Portuguese for “shield”.


Angolan escudo
Chilean escudo
Cape Verdean escudo
Mozambican escudo
Portuguese escudo
Portuguese Guinean escudo
Portuguese Indian escudo
Portuguese Timorese escudo
São Tomé and Príncipe escudo

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