Terrifying Examples Of Urban Hell (39 PICS)

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"A Boy Gathers Recyclable Items From A Semi-Dry Drain, At Taimoor Nagar In New Delhi"

"Magnitogorsk, One Of The Worst Polluted Cities In Russia. Only 28% Of The Children Born In The Town Are Fully Healthy"

"Inequality In Tembisa, South Africa"

"San Francisco, USA"

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"Norilsk, Russia"

"Town Square In Bartoszyce (Poland) Before And After"

"A Photo Of Central Park During The Great Depression (New York, 1933)"

"Residential Building In Hong Kong, Shot By Me On 35mm Film"

"Disgusting Canal Near My Home In Manila. I Wish People Just Would Bother To Care How Our Environment Is Dying Fast"

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"Burj Al Babas, Turkey (The Largest Ghost Town In The World)"

"Ferentari, The Poorest Area Of Bucharest, Romania - Most Apartments Are Squatted And Have No Electricity, Hard To Believe This Is In The European Union"

"Las Vegas"

"The Flag Of Urban Hell"

"Macau"

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"Huntington Beach, California, During The Oil Boom Of 1928"

"Not Sure If This Fits The Sub, Gallons And Gallons Of Water Wasted Just To Keep Lush Green Golf Fields In The Middle Of The Desert"

"16th Century Mill Surrounded By Brand New Concrete In Seaside Bulgaria"

"This Beautiful View From My NYC Apartment"

"Guangzhou Aerial"

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""Lying Skyscraper" In Moscow. About 736m Long"

""Vertical Slum" Luanda Angola"

"Margate, United Kingdom"

"Children Playing Basketball Near The John E. Amos Coal-Fired Power Plant In Poca, West Virginia"

"Distance Between Two Apartments, Guangzhou"

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"Intersection Of Two Avenues In Sao Paulo, Brazil"

"Inequality In Mumbai, India"

"Bliska Wola Tower, Warsaw, Poland. Sunlight Rarely Reaches The Bottom Floors, And Some Apartments Are As Small As 18 M²"

"Preschool In Newark, NJ, 1994"

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"Only Surviving Photo Of A Hoarder House Demolished Around 2007 In Nagoya, Japan"

"Wuhan, China"

"My Dorm At The University Of South Carolina (1998), Since Demolished"

"Abidjan, Ivory Coast"

"Paris, France. A Studio In The Building Between The Boulevard And The Train Rails Highways Starts At 800€/Months. If You Qualify!"

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"Amazon’s New Fulfillment Center In Tijuana, Mexico"

"Beautiful Pittsburgh Architecture"

"A Famous Bank In Pau, France"

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Monet 8 month s ago
Its not inequity in south africa , come live here for a year then make statements like that
       
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Kendra 8 month s ago
#4 I looked it up, and it looks like it is from a municipality in Al Qaseem, with one person swearing they don't have water shortages.
       
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Liley 8 month s ago
#6 This is in Russia? I don't speak Russian, can someone translate the writing on the all for me?

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Melody 8 month s ago
Liley, what you mean "translate"... You don't understand english words???
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Philetus 7 month s ago
Melody,

You don't understand jokes???
       
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Onicyphorous 7 month s ago
Liley,

Norilsk, no fun!
       
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Alicia 8 month s ago
#5 - San Francisco used to be a beautiful city - rolling hills and a nice climate. But a certain political ideology took over in the 60's and turned most of it in to a third world type city.
       
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Hallie 8 month s ago
#1 banning plastic straws in developed countries should solve the issue
       
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Gert 7 month s ago
Hallie,

You have to start somewhere...
       
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Rella 7 month s ago
Gert, Starting in the wrong end, with products that don't have a better options. Like the yogurt spoons made from wood (horrible to use as they are too short, taste like wood) that are still wrapped in plastic. sm_80
How about keeping the spoons until a better option exists, but replacing the plastic wrapping with paper.
       
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Tabby 7 month s ago
#23 LOL, I use to live there! It's ugly yes but really not that bad.
       
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Gert 7 month s ago
I think #24 is a nuclear power plant.
       
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Ivy 7 month s ago
#17 I’m no fan of Vegas, but they do have an incredible water reclamation system. Those green golf courses are watered with reclaimed, treated water. It’s non-potable and there are signs warning that it’s not for consumption. It’s way less damaging to the environment, especially in the desert.
       
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Tim 7 month s ago
#21 the correct term is I kid you not landscraper.
       
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Ado 7 month s ago
#7 If the top is before, it looked much better!
       
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Ado 7 month s ago
#24 Most locals probably never thought about it. Just the tree huggers forcing their opinion on them.
       
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