As housing prices have fallen over the past two years: Amsterdam became , the cheapest European capital

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As housing prices have fallen over the past two years: Amsterdam became , the cheapest European capital

Accommodation rates have decreased over the past two years in most European metropolises. The largest decreases were registered in Kiev and Oslo, but Amsterdam remains one of the most affordable European capitals regarding accommodation options.
Although cost accommodation in Moscow had decreases of up to 2.39% in November 2012 compared to the same period in 2011, reaching an average of 179.39 euro per night, Moscow remains the most expensive European metropolis, according to a study Hotel.info quoted incont.ro.
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