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The Moroccan Dirham was introduced as the currency of the Kingdom of Morocco in 1960, replacing the Moroccan Franc. The name ‘dirham’ is an Arabic version of the Greek ‘drachma‘. The origin lies in the Ancient Greek word ‘dragma’, meaning ‘handful’.
To convert your leftover Moroccan Dirhams to cash, select the type of Moroccan Dirhams you want to exchange: