With 16,000 kids dying daily due to hunger, items that cannot be used daily are bought for ridiculously high prices. 1 child dies every 5 seconds, and people are continuing to buy things with a price that can provide food for homeless people for an entire year. Keep on reading while we count the most expensive items or things that exist worldwide.

A Burger

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In New York City, a burger is being sold for 295$ because it is held together by a gold incrusted toothpick. The exact name of the place that sells this burger is: Serendipity 3.

A Car

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1962 Ferrari 250 GTO is the most expensive car ever. It was sold in the United Kingdom to a collector for 35 million dollars.

A Night in a Hotel Room

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Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is made of 10 rooms and 7 bathrooms. A night stay over there costs you 65,000 $.

A Television

Carmencitta-Magazine-Most-expensive-things-worldwide-6. is a television made so that you can enjoy looking at it even if it is turned off. This television is studded with a big amount of diamonds, and costs 2.3 million dollars.

A Wrist Watch

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Haute Joaillerie from Chopard is a watch that looks like nothing but a mess. However, it struck someone’s attention and was sold for

 

25 million dollars.

A Champagne Bottle

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Heidsieck Monopole 1907, in the late 90’s they found a shipwreck containing 2000 bottles of French champagne. A bottle costs 25,000$.

Speakers

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With a height of nearly 40 feet, these Transmission Audio Ultimate System speakers are made of aluminum and are worth 2 million dollars.

A Painting

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This painting is called by Number 5, and was made in 1948, and drawn by Jackson Pollock. In fact, it is nothing but splashes of paint on a canvas. It is actually worth 140 million dollars.