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


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


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

2.  Hong Kong — 1 Pack Of Plain Bread


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

3.  Netherlands — 10 Pcakes At The Supermarket

 4.jpeg by michellehearttaylor13

4.  Norway — 1 Package Of Instant Ramen


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

5.  India — 6 Cups Of Chai


Photo:Flickr: ironypoisoning —angelj468

6.  Shanghai — 10 Vegetable Dumplings From A Food Stand


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

7.  Australia — A McDonald's Slushie

 8.jpeg —Tarah Batts, Facebook

8.  Egypt — One Can Of Tuna


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


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

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


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

12.  Malaysia — A Dozen Eggs


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

13.  Philippines — Two Cans Of Cheez Whiz


Photo: —neziahemma

14.  Colombia — Three Empanadas


Photo:Twitter: @madamepicada —_lalagalindo

15.  Vietnam — A Bowl Of Pho


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!