In popular culture, certain countries are stereotypically associated with certain products - beer in Germany, carpets in Turkey, electronics in Japan.

But those things aren't what people are really searching for.

Earlier this month, the cost-estimating website Fixr.com put together a map of the world with the most-Googled-for object in each country, using the autocomplete formula of "How much does * cost in [x country]."

While the results are far from scientific - since Google autocomplete results vary based on the searcher's history, the time of search, and the place of search - they do say at least a little bit about how countries are perceived.

Some of the fascinating - and troubling - results:

• People want to know how much a flight in a MIG aircraft costs in Russia.

People want to know how much a prostitute costs in Brazil.

People want to know how much rhinoplasty costs in South Korea.

Here are the maps:

The World

World1 map google words Fixr.com

Africa 1 Fixr.com

Asia 1 Fixr.com

Europe 1 Fixr.com

South America 1 Fixr.com

North america 2 1 Fixr.com

Australia 1 Fixr.com

Antartica 1 Fixr.com

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