Life in Denmark
Christmas in Denmark
As soon as the calender reach December 1, Denmark will be invaded by NISSER, small pixies, gnoms, elfs or whatever they are called abroad. The shops are offering different types of nisser, but they have one thing in common, their clothes and red hats.
A nisse has the size of a 10 year old boy, and dress like the farmer did in the old days. If mysterious things happened at the farm, people expected the Nisse to be responsible for it. Perhaps as a result of being angry for some reason. An angry nisse can give you many problems. Today we still happen to explain mysterious things as “caused by a nisse”……..
Cost of Living in Denmark
Consumer Price Index (Excl.Rent): 119.77
Rent Index: 51.88
Groceries Index: 110.03
Restaurants Index: 140.35
Consumer Price Plus Rent Index: 86.29
Life in Russia
Christmas in Russia
Once in a small Russian town, there lived a women called Babushka. Babushka always had work to do sweeping, polishing, dusting and cleaning. Her house was the best kept, most tidy house in the whole village. Her garden was beautiful and her cooking was wonderful. One evening she was busy dusting and cleaning, so busy that she didn’t hear all the villagers outside in the village square talking about and looking at the new star in sky………….
Indices Difference Info
Consumer Prices Including Rent in Copenhagen are 113.63% higher than in Kazan
Rent Prices in Copenhagen are 129.31% higher than in Kazan
Restaurant Prices in Copenhagen are 96.16% higher than in Kazan
Groceries Prices in Copenhagen are 129.80% higher than in Kazan
Local Purchasing Power in Copenhagen is 131.55% higher than in Kazan
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