There are cities in this worlds that you don’t want to visit if you want to come back alive from your trip. Cities where laws are set by criminals and problems are solved by murders. Cities where getting robbed is the best thing that could happen to a tourist. Cities where you won’t find a hotel with hot water and safe conditions. Cities one should not visit unless one is looking for troubles. Here is a list of five horrible places to visit:
Norvegian town Longyearbyen is one of the coldest living area with a population over 1000 people. The town is located just 1305 km away from the North Pole. Despite the arctic climate, there are around 2050 people who constantly live here. Big percentage of the town’s population is composed by scientists and militaries. The tourist industry of the city is developing more and more each year. Many tourists come here to see “northern exotics”. If you are traveling here you should have two things to keep in mind: the temperature won’t get any higher than –6 °C here and it is very possible to meet a bear here. There is one more detail to add: in case you die your body won’t be buried here. The environment of the town make it impossible to bury the body and all of dead are being send to the land.
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This city has a stinky reputation between tourist. And bad smell is not a metaphor. The problem that cause high pollution is overpopulation. There are more than 18 million people living in Dhaka. The capital of Bangladesh has the biggest population density of Earth 44,000 inhabitants per square kilometre. The is literally no place for people to live. Most of the poor families have to live near or even straight on the railways. And even if you have money and want to take the train it’s won’t be an easy trick. Most of the times it’s a question of how strong and alert you are in order to proceed through the crowd. So in case you are planning to have a trip to Dhaka be aware that there might be no space for you in this city.
Agbogbloshie is mostly famous for it’s huge environmental dumping of electronic waste (e-waste). The e-waste is being brought here from all over the world. Investigations had shown that the level of air pollution is high above the norm here. Despite it’s growing economy Ghana considerable amount of families have to live on a very low income. They are the ones who are working in Agbogbloshie, looking for details and coloured metals that can be sold after. In 2013 Agbogbloshie was called the most polluted city in the world.
Just three hours away from New York there is a own that is being burning for over 52 years now. Experts say that it is expected to be burning for another 250 years. At the end of XIX century there were around 2500 people living here, today there are not more than 10 inhabitants. There is just one reason you might want to visit that place- Silent Hill. Both, the game and the movie were inspired by this place.
Pripyat is a town in Ukraine that suffered the most from Chernobyl tragedy. When the disaster had happened most of it’s citizens were evacuated. However today many scientist and tourist go on a tour to Pripyat. Visiting the ghost town can not only turn to a horror movie but also damage your health. The level of radiation in the area is still relatively high and no tourist guide will guarantee you full security here.
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