Money Makes The World Go Round. But What Exactly Can You Buy For One U.S. Dollar In Your Country?

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Let's see what they can buy in their country for the equivalent of $1 in U.S. dollar. Here are some results.

 

1.  Hungary — A Whole Bottle Of Wine

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Photo:Flickr / Creative Commons / Flickr: maitsetv- —Anna Csépányi, Facebook

2.  Hong Kong — 1 Pack Of Plain Bread

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Photo:Flickr / Creative Commons / Flickr: lierne  - Katie Chan, Facebook

3.  Netherlands — 10 Pcakes At The Supermarket

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Photo:instagram.com by michellehearttaylor13

4.  Norway — 1 Package Of Instant Ramen

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Photo:Twitter: @Karinabob70 - —Margrethe Alvilde Antonsen, Facebook

5.  India — 6 Cups Of Chai

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Photo:Flickr: ironypoisoning —angelj468

6.  Shanghai — 10 Vegetable Dumplings From A Food Stand

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Photo:Flickr / Creative Commons / Flickr: wwny —Rachel Aaron, Facebook

7.  Australia — A McDonald's Slushie

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Photo:instagram.com —Tarah Batts, Facebook

8.  Egypt — One Can Of Tuna

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Photo:Flickr / Creative Commons / Flickr: mikewise —Marah Gasser Gamil, Facebook

9.  Italy — An Espresso Or Cappuccino

Photo:Flickr / Creative Commons / Flickr: markbridge —Alexandra Klus, Facebook



10.  Nigeria — A Can Of Soda And A Bag Of Chips

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Photo:Twitter: @sunsetsselfies —Temitope Barakat Lawal, Facebook

11.  Czech Republic — One And A Half Bottles Of Beer

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Photo:Flickr / Creative Commons / Flickr: linder —magdalenas

12.  Malaysia — A Dozen Eggs

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Photo:Twitter: @saroki19 —Izaddin Syah Yusof, Facebook

13.  Philippines — Two Cans Of Cheez Whiz

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Photo: instagram.com —neziahemma

14.  Colombia — Three Empanadas

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Photo:Twitter: @madamepicada —_lalagalindo

15.  Vietnam — A Bowl Of Pho

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Photo:Flickr / Creative Commons / Flickr: hmoong —brookew16

Let's see what one U.S. dollar can actually get us around the world. Comment below with the product and what city and country you're in!


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