A Tajik friend sent me a photo of his apartment. I show you the conditions in which Tajiks live in their homeland.

Recently we talked with Daler, my old Tajik friend. Regularly he and his brother come to work with us, but that's not the point. We started talking about apartments and in between times I asked him to send me a photo of his apartment in Dushanbe, it became terribly interesting how an apartment is furnished in a country where the average salary is 9,000 rubles, shall we look?

The apartment belongs to their father, he lives in his house in the suburbs, runs a household, and his sons, Daler and his brother, live in the apartment. When they leave for Russia – they rent an apartment, the price at which they rent it – I will write at the end, but for now, from the photo, try to guess for yourself.

I won’t drag it out for a long time, I immediately apologize for the quality, I didn’t photograph and I can’t do anything, Daler gave us consent to publish the photos, so we can start.

The apartment is one-room and, unlike our apartments, the guys did not bother with the living room, in fact the whole apartment it's a bedroom, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a corridor that connects it all.

As soon as you enter the apartment, you almost immediately find yourself in the kitchen.

A Tajik friend sent me a photo of his apartment. I show you the conditions in which Tajiks live in their homeland.

The entrance door is on the right, it can be seen in the photo, behind the frame is a dining table.

Turn right and right again to enter the next room.

A Tajik friend sent me a photo of his apartment. I show in what conditions Tajiks live in their homeland.

And the next room is the bedroom, like I said – no living rooms, sofas or coffee tables, everything is as simple as possible, a bed and a TV set.

At the very end of the corridor there is a toilet and a bathroom, nothing really new there.

A Tajik friend sent me a photo of his apartment. I show you the conditions in which Tajiks live in their homeland.

By the way, now the apartment is getting ready to be handed over again, and the guys are getting ready for the trip.

Now about the cost of renting apartments on the second floor of a five-story building, located in a more or less good area, not in the center of course, but not on the outskirts, how much would you give for it?

Now about the price – the guys are asking 700 somoni or 4400 rubles for an apartment.

What do you think about this? Did you think it would be better or worse? Write your opinion in the comments! Interesting to hear what you think!

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