Approximately 2 billion cups of coffee are consumed around the world every day.
The #1 country for coffee consumption per capita is Finland, where 26.5 pounds are consumed per capita per year.
The top five countries for coffee consumption are Finland (26.5 Lbs per capita), Norway (21.82 Lbs per capita), Iceland (19.84 Lbs per capita), Denmark (19.18 Lbs per capita), and the Netherlands (18.52 Lbs per capita).
Source: Zippia, ICO
The country which has won the most gold medals and most medals overall in the Winter Olympics is Norway.
Out of the 200+ Countries/NOCs, 119 have participated at the Winter Olympics at least once, 47 of these have won at least one medal, and 42 have won at least one gold medal. Romania have attended the most Winter Games (22) without winning gold. Greece and Argentina have attended the most games without winning a medal of any kind (20 Winter Olympic Games).
Source: IOC, Topendsports.com
This chart shows the Top 10 most expensive music videos ever made.
David Bowie's video for the 1981 single "Ashes to Ashes" was the first music video to exceed $500,000.
Janet Jackson leads with six videos on the list, while Michael Jackson, Britney Spears and Ayumi Hamasaki have five each. Madonna has made three appearances in the top five, and four total, making her the artist with the most expensive videos of all time combined. TLC, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, Guns N' Roses, Mylène Farmer and MC Hammer appear on the list twice.
The cost of living index analyzes the average income spent on basic amenities such as food, utilities, transport, education, healthcare, rent, clothing, cost of property, and leisure.
The index determines the expensive and moderate cities to live and invest. Recurrent expenditure such as rent, food, utilities, and transport determines the sustainability of living in a city.
Source: WorldAtlas, Cost of Living Index
The tallest buildings in the world are not always the most expensive. Here is a list of the most expensive buildings in the world, completed or under construction.
The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest, Romania, began construction in the 1980s and still is in the top 5 of the most expensive buildings in the world!