The currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham. It's code is MAD. According to our data, EUR to MAD is the most popular Moroccan Dirham exchange rate conversion.
The most popular banknotes used in Morocco are: 20, 50, 100, 200. The currency is used in Morocco & Western Sahara.
The Dirham was re-introduced in 1960 replacing the Moroccan Franc. The newest notes feature a portrait of King Mohammed VI and the royal crown. Each of the notes show a Moroccan door to the left of the portrait, demonstrating the richness of the country's architectural heritage.