Do you ever think about what you will buy or how to spend your money if you won the lottery? Will you buy diamonds or go to some ridiculous vacations or even buy fancy cars?

Here Are some of the Most Expensive Things From Around The World.

By Pouted

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Chess Set: Charles Hollander: it includes 320 carats of black and white diamonds, its price is $600,000.

A full view of the amazing $600,000 chess set

House: Antillia Mumbai: this house locates in downtown Mumbai, India and its price is $2 billion.

Painting: Number 5, 1948: Created by Jackson Pollock’s and its price is $140 million.

Speakers: Transmission Audio Ultimate System: weighs over 5 tons, made out of aircraft aluminum with a price tag of $2 million.

Watch: Haute Joaillerie from Chopard: it looks more glittery than anything useful in telling the time, its price is $25 million.

Motorcycle: Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike: it has a top speed above 300 mph and its price is $700,000.

Piano: Heintzman Crystal: it is a 9 foot piano made in Beijing and its price is $3.22 million.

Television: PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition: it is designed to make viewing a pleasure whether it is on or off and its price is $2.3 million.

The Aquavista Dinosaur Gold edition Aquarium Price: £3 million

Hotel Room: Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson in Geneva: it includes 10 rooms and seven bathrooms, with the price of $65,000 per night.

Camera: Susse Freres daguerreotype camera: the oldest commercially manufactured camera in the world and its price is $775,000.

Car: 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO: it is  the most expensive car ever and its price is $35 million.

Sculpture: L’Homme qui marche (Walking Man), its price is $104.3 million.

Ring: Chopard Blue Diamond: a $16.26 million ring.

History Supreme, its price is $4.8 billion.

Raphael’s Head of a Muse, its price is  $47.9 million.

iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose by Stuart Hughes, its price is $2.97 million

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