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Mia asks: I would like to know what you could have bought with 10,000 rubles in Russia in 1866?
Expert's answer:
Here are some examples of the prices of that time: an international passport - 1 ruble, sugar - 0.3 rubles per kg, a house in Moscow - 12,000 rubles, renting a room in a tavern - 0.2 rubles per day, a bottle of wine in a merchant's club - 5 rubles, the salary of a clerk at a railway station - 25.5 rubles per month.

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