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Expensive Cities of the World

written by: Sia
 
You have to work hard to afford these cities, as they are some of the most expensive ones to live in. I have included photos to help you out.

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The most expensive city in the USA. Here you have to pay $25 to enter a club, $63 for a monthly MetroCard pass and no less than $1000 for rent.
Las Vegas
Chicago
New York
Los Angeles


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Question 2:

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Due to the stable currency of the country as well as the increasing housing prices, this city became Europe's most expensive for 2006.
Moscow
Paris
Madrid
London


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Question 3:

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This is the most expensive city in the world. If you prefer to eat out you will need at least $13 for each serving of Sushi Nigiri. And a movie ticket costs $18.
Tokyo
New York
Zurich
Paris


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Question 4:

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A 3-room apartment in the center of this city may cost $3000 per month. And a dinner at a fancy restaurant will reach $100 per person.
Sofia
Skopje
Moscow
Belgrade


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In this big Asian city a three-course meal with wine or beer costs $25 and the apartment rents are some of the highest in the world, considerably higher than USA.
Peking
Macao
Dalian
Hong Kong


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Question 6:

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Another Asian city. A Starbucks coffee here costs $3. For a common taxi cab you pay $1.60 + $0.10 for each 500 feet. It is 3 times more expensive to get a deluxe taxi cab.
Tokyo
Seoul
Bangkok
Beijing


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Question 7:

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This is one of the most expensive European cities. Here you will pay $1.65 for a bus ticket in the center. Prepare at least $31 if you want to eat out.
Milan
Athens
Zurich
Paris


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Question 8:

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In this Chinese city the average price of houses was $604.724 per square meter ($56.20 per sq. ft.) in 2004.
Mian Yang
Liao Yang
Beijing
Dalian


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In this, once-besieged Russian city, which ranks as the 10th most expensive city in the world, you will be charged 1% commission for exchange transactions. Banks charge 5%.
St. Petersburg
Novosibirsk
Samara
Moscow


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Question 10:

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In this European city, host of the The Night Film Festival (Natfilm Festival), you will pay $6.8 for a single bottle of water.
Rome
Milan
Bonn
Copenhagen


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