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Is there a single person on this planet of ours who doesn’t like pizza? No, we don’t think so either. The man, who made first pizza as we know it today, gave the best gift to mankind someone could give. Nowadays, pizza is famous and popular all over the world, and there isn’t a city in the world where you can’t find at least one pizzeria.

There is an enormous number of varieties of pizza, different shapes, and sizes, with thin, thick or deep crust, etc. Also, you can choose literary any topping you like – sausage, cheese, and olives for a good old classic pizza, fruit and vegetable or you can even make seafood pizza by adding shrimps, anchovies, tuna fish, sardines, etc. There isn’t anything you can’t use as a pizza topping. Since it is so popular, there are a number of places you can buy it at any time of day or night such as pizzerias, restaurants or via pizza delivery. What’s more, it’s so popular that there are several apps and websites that you can use to choose and order your favorite pizza such as slicelife.com.

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Have you ever thought about the most expensive pizza in the world? What makes them so special and pricy? Is it the dough, or maybe the toppings that are used? Here is the list of most expensive pizzas alongside the details which make them unique.

Let’s start with the cheapest pizza on our list. It’s Gordon Ramsey’s pizza that you can eat in the Maze restaurant in London. This pizza costs $250, and for some time it was known as the most expensive pizza in the world in the Guinness Book of World Records. This pizza is all about exclusive toppings such as white truffle pasta, fontina, fresh herbs, pancetta, Italian onion puree, cep mushrooms, and buffalo mozzarella. However, the price isn’t fixed. It depends on the number of truffles you want on your pizza.

If you like seafood and are ready to pay for one of the most expensive pizzas in the world, you should try The C6 pizza that is made in Canada. Since Canada is known by its fresh and quality seafood, there’s no surprise that this pizza’s toppings include prawns, lobster thermidor, smoked salmon, black Alaskan cod and world’s most expensive caviar – Russian Osetra caviar. This pizza costs $450.

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The next pizza on this list costs $1,000 and it costs $720 to make. It was created by Giovanni Spatala and you can get it in New York City. It’s 12-inch, thin crust pizza topped with two lobster tails and six different types of caviar.

Do you know that there is a pizza that was named after James Bond? This pizza is known as Pizza Royale 007. It was created by famous pizza master Domenico Crolla and you can try it at his restaurant in Glasgow. Do you wonder how much this pizza costs? The price of this pizza that was inspired by a Secret Service agent is $4,200. It features lobster marinated in 100-year-old cognac, caviar soaked in Dom Pérignon, highest quality prosciutto, and Scottish smoked salmon, venison medallions, vintage balsamic vinegar, and on top of all it’s sparkled with 24-carat gold flakes.

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The last pizza on our list and at the same time, the most expensive pizza in the world costs staggering $12,000. The pizza was created by Renato Viola. So what is so special about this pizza? Well, firstly it takes 72 hours to make because the dough is made from organic Arabian flour, it’s dusted with pink sea-salt from Murray River and it has to rest before being cooked. It’s topped with seven types of cheese, Norwegian lobster and three exclusive types of caviar – Oscietra Royal Prestige, Kaspia Oscietra Royal Classic, and Kaspia Beluga. The most interesting thing about this pizza is that it can only be made in your home. Three Italian chefs will come to your house and prepare it in your kitchen.

These are 5 most extravagant pizzas in the world. If you get a chance, you should try some of them. If not, stick to good old fashioned pizza we all love.

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