Cost of living comparison between Kermanshah, Iran and Bogotá, Colombia
WARNING! Kermanshah has artificial and unrealistic official exchange rates. You can also get this comparison using the parallel street rate in Kermanshah.
WARNING! This comparison is based on only a few data points. At this point it is only a guess. It is based on 14,901 prices entered by 1,136 different people.
These prices were last updated on May 22, 2015. Exchange rate: 0.08527 COP / IRR *
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Cost of living in Kermanshah (Iran) is 34% cheaper than in Bogotá (Colombia)
For example, to keep the same standard of living that would require COL$1,953,125 in Bogotá you would need to make just about COL$1,279,847 (﷼ 15,008,871) in Kermanshah.
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