The exchange rate as of today for EGP/CRC is EGP per CRC, which means that with 100 Egyptian pounds you can buy Costa Rican colones.
Below you will find information about historical currency exchange rates for EGP/CRC currency pair represented in a history table and an exchange chart. Also, bellow you can read summary information about EGP or CRC currencies.
EGP to CRC exchange rate history
Please note that EGP to CRC currency exchange rate historical information is renewed every 3 hours. Last update was at . To view last currency exchange rate updates, visit currency rates page.
Egyptian pound to Costa Rican colon exchange chart
Note: The Egyptian pound to Costa Rican colon chart allow you to see for free currency exchange rate graph history for the EGP/CRC currency pair. Currently, the currency chart shows historical exchange rates for Egyptian pound per 1 Costa Rican colon pair for a period of 0 days.
The Egyptian Pound or Gineih is the currency of Egypt and it is divided into 100 Qirsh or 1000 Milliemes. The ISO 4217 code of Egyptian Pound is EGP. Locally, the abbreviation LE or L.E., which stands for „livre égyptienne” (French for Egyptian pound) is frequently used. E£ and £E are rarely used. The name Gineih was derived from the Guinea coin which had the almost the same value of 100 Qirush at the end of the 19th century.
The Costa Rican colon (named after Christopher Columbus, known as Cristobal Colon in Spanish) is the currency of Costa Rica. The plural is Costa Rican colones in Spanish, but English speakers often say colons instead. The ISO 4217 code is CRC.