A list of the most striking coincidences
Things, which has impossibly equal prices: unusual purchases with similar price tags. Let’s look and get amazed!
You won’t believe it, but these things have equal price tags
The value of any thing or product is, in reality, conditional. If one was dying from thirst in the middle of the desert, they would exchange all the treasures of the world for just a couple of water drops. But of course, nobody is going to compare water to diamonds under normal circumstances.
Below we have listed some mind-blowing examples of comparatively radically different things and products, that actually cost the same as one another:
1. Alaska and the building of the New York Circuit Court
When Russia was defeated in the Crimean war, the USA government started to coax it to sell Alaska to them. In 1867, both countries entered into an agreement. According to this agreement, Alaska, together with the Aleutian Islands, was sold for just 7.2 million dollars. Why do we say “just”? Because at the very same time the price of a three–floor courthouse in the center of New York was even higher!
It works out that 1 hectare of Alaska was sold for just 0.0474 dollar (a little bit more than 4 cents), while one floor of the courthouse was worth more than 2 million dollars!
2. The “Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur” dress and the mansion of Elvis Presley
The “Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur” created by Malaysian designer Faiyzali Abdullah is considered to be the most expensive dress in the world, with a price tag of 30 million dollars!
This dress is an extravagant burgundy color, it has an extraordinary design consisting of sumptuous taffeta and silk, 751 diamonds that are decoratively finished off with a penultimate diamond that is worth 70 carats. All these elements create what would be the perfect dress for a queen.
Conversely, the former home of Elvis Presley in Beverly Hills, where he had lived together with Priscilla, was recently offered for sale once again. It’s hard to believe, but the price of this house is also 30 million dollars! A beautiful mansion with snow white columns, picturesque views over the ocean, three luxurious bedrooms, covered parking, a pool, a house for servants and a well-groomed garden.
What would you have chosen if you had 30 million dollars?
3. Tibetan Mastiff or a villa on the Côte d’Azur
A Tibetan Mastiff called Hong Dong is worth 1.5 million dollars, as paid for by his current owner. He’s the most expensive dog in the world today. A coal baron from China bought this 11 month “baby” at an auction, and this “golden dog” was escorted by security services to his new home.
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