Not every building is as beautiful as the Palace of Versailles. Or blends into its surroundings as well as the Macallan Distillery. On the contrary, there are many structures across the world looking like outcasts that will fall apart during the next storm. In some places, they aren't isolated examples, either — even an entire neighborhood can be an abomination. And you can find them on r/UrbanHell.

It's a photography subreddit of "all the hideous places human beings built or inhabit." The online community invites everyone who wants to explore the darker side of the cities, towns, and villages in our shared world and welcomes any photos which show either ugliness, or a problem in urban development. Rural and suburban nightmares are also allowed.

Below you will find a collection of pics that perfectly describe what this subreddit is all about.

#1

The Annual Monsoon Ritual Of Mumbai's Ocean Giving Back What Has Been Dumped In It

The Annual Monsoon Ritual Of Mumbai's Ocean Giving Back What Has Been Dumped In It

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SlartyBlartFast
Community Member
5 months ago

If only nature could actually give back all the trash to us, maybe we will see the damage we are doing :(

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#2

Hong Kong Street Life

Hong Kong Street Life

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Eva the Egg
Community Member
5 months ago

Thats sad...

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About half of the global population already lives in cities, and by 2050, two-thirds of the world's people are expected to live in urban areas. But as you can see from some of the photos in r/UrbanHell, in cities, two of the most pressing problems facing the world today also come together: poverty and environmental degradation.

Bad urban development isn't just ugly aesthetics. It's also poor air and water quality, insufficient water availability, waste-disposal problems, and high energy consumption, all of which are exacerbated by the increasing population density and demands of urban environments. Strong city planning is essential in managing these and other difficulties as the world's urban areas grow.

#3

New Delhi - During Lockdown vs. Now

New Delhi - During Lockdown vs. Now

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SlartyBlartFast
Community Member
5 months ago

For a few months earth took a breath, then humans came back with a vengeance :(

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#4

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

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SlartyBlartFast
Community Member
5 months ago

This image makes me anxious :(

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#5

Beirut Port

Beirut Port

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Cactus McCoy
Community Member
5 months ago

Is this the aftermath of that enormous explosion`?

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Some of the biggest problems caused by urbanization are:

  • Intensive urban growth can lead to greater poverty, with local governments unable to provide services for all people;
  • Concentrated energy use. It leads to greater air pollution with a significant impact on human health;
  • Automobile exhaust produces elevated lead levels in urban air;
  • Large volumes of uncollected waste create multiple health hazards;
  • Urban development can magnify the risk of environmental hazards such as flash flooding;
  • Pollution and physical barriers to root growth promote loss of urban tree cover;
  • Animal populations are inhibited by toxic substances, vehicles, and the loss of habitat and food sources.
#6

Uae Nad Al Sheba III Neighborhood

Uae Nad Al Sheba III Neighborhood

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James016
Community Member
5 months ago

That is really lifeless

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#7

It's Baffling How Fast It Changes

It's Baffling How Fast It Changes

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lunar eclipse
Community Member
5 months ago

Ewgh. These types of pictures make me feel depressed and anxious

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#8

Mumbai, India

Mumbai, India

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Sonja
Community Member
5 months ago

Excuse me...WHAT the...?!

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Solutions might include:

  • Combat poverty by promoting economic development and job creation;
  • Involve local community in local government;
  • Reduce air pollution by upgrading energy use and alternative transport systems;
  • Create private-public partnerships to provide services such as waste disposal and housing;
  • Plant trees and incorporate the care of city green spaces as a key element in urban planning.

Ultimately, cities can bring us obstacles and opportunities as well as freedom and captivity, and it's up to us to get the most out of them.

#9

People Offering Prayers At River Yamuna, India, Which Is Frothing From Industrial Waste

People Offering Prayers At River Yamuna, India, Which Is Frothing From Industrial Waste

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
5 months ago

And none of these fools has the sense to even consider that bathing in industrial waste speeds up your reincarnation process.

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#10

Hotel In Łodz, Poland

Hotel In Łodz, Poland

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
5 months ago

Its not a nuclear cooling tower. It is for a heating, electric and hotwater generating plant ( TETS in Russian) most are coal or gas powered and that is for releasing steam.

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#11

An Interesting Perspective I've Stumbled Upon In Macau A Year Ago

An Interesting Perspective I've Stumbled Upon In Macau A Year Ago

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Raven Sheridan
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

The difference between the have's and the have not's, in one photo.

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#12

Petare, Venezuela

Petare, Venezuela

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Sonja
Community Member
5 months ago

How people get in their "house" somewhere in the moddle of it?

Treessimontrees
Community Member
5 months ago

There are alleys between all this. For walking and scooters.

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SlartyBlartFast
Community Member
5 months ago

How is this stable, I am stressed out just looking at this image

Gina Babe
Community Member
5 months ago

Me too! I feel like a sneeze would knock it over

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Martin John
Community Member
5 months ago

Reminds me of Haiti a bit. Cinder block structures (most without electric and running water) are built on top of each other a bit haphazardly. If you are fortunate enough (wealthy), your place is at the top of the heap. The poorer people live at the bottom and when the intense tropical rains hit, all the trash and whatnot run to the bottom. That trip made me truly grateful for what I have.

Lorie Shewbridge
Community Member
3 months ago (edited)

That is just so sad! 😔

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Rosidah Yahya
Community Member
5 months ago

this is very sad

Casey McAlister
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

I can't figure out what it is and how it works.

Donkey boi
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

Look like a representation of Dante's Inferno!

Susan Bosse
Community Member
5 months ago

Holy cow. This makes me nervous just looking at it

Ale Díaz
Community Member
5 months ago

It's like an impossible Jenga.

Donkey
Community Member
5 months ago

Nope

Brandi VanSteenwyk
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

AKA: Venezuela's Toughest Slum... I would love to see this place via computerized deconstruction. Each level revealed to show what it under, over and all around. My eyes are having a hard time "trusting" the input.

Jo Choto
Community Member
5 months ago

That's horrific. What happens to the ones at the bottom?

Sherry Harvey
Community Member
5 months ago

We’re blessed to live in the USA.

Robin Waterson
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

Yeah !! But for how long ? What is in stored for the future generations to come ? Because each year the population is more larger than the last from people migrating from other countries trying to escape from counties such as these to live the American dream and people keep having large families like 5 to 10 kids before long America is going to be like those places their trying to escape from.

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Zedrapazia
Community Member
5 months ago

The longer I know this country, the more I hate it. I'm really glad my fiance managed to get out of that shithole.

T.Milly
Community Member
5 months ago

I'm not even sure how this structure of structures remains stable.

Waco Bayless
Community Member
2 months ago

Reminds me of 'The Stacks' in "Ready, Player One".

Lara Milvain
Community Member
3 months ago

Yeah, next time you have a beef with your local development authority over their rules & regs - remember this, and be thankful they knocked you back because you wanted to put up a garage 11 inches inside the minimum distance from your neighbour’s house. This is what happens with no city planning department (or, with one too poor/ineffective/corrupt to enforce the regulations they might have.)

Sandra Noffsinger
Community Member
5 months ago

I wish people in US would stop gripping about everything in this country!! We could be living like this!! OMG!!

Kelly Anne
Community Member
3 weeks ago

If the socialism nuts have their way we will be living like this.

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Ashley Wright
Community Member
5 months ago

Sadly, there are U.S. liberals who WANT to go toward socialism. They need to go to Venezuela to see and understand capitalism is the best way for a society to run

Mike Rodrick
Community Member
5 months ago

This is what republicans will tell you is the result of Socialism.

Benjamin Tang
Community Member
2 months ago

So what is it the result of?

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Luna Lovebug
Community Member
5 months ago

Don't know what's worse. Living at the top risking to collapse, or living at the bottom risking to be crushed

Bacony Cakes
Community Member
5 months ago

Similar favelas like this are around Rio De Janeiro. They're built by the poor and destroyed by the rich to build stadiums.

Thomas Es Thomas
Community Member
5 months ago

That's actually pretty awesome. Those are Stack Houses, built on the side of a mountain. In the middle is a highway tunnel that goes underneath the mountain.

Lesley Robinson
Community Member
5 months ago

Too crowded.

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Pamela Benjamin Jones
Community Member
1 month ago

WOW how do they get in their house's??

Joyce Buckley
Community Member
2 months ago

Socialism Dreaming!

John Smith
Community Member
3 months ago

same in mexico, no planning, just build and pray

Alison Boroski
Community Member
3 months ago

It looks like a descent into hell.

Sarah Tate
Community Member
3 months ago

Petare is unfortunately one of the largest slums in the world. I can't even imagine what it must be like to live there. :(

Wayne Beesley
Community Member
5 months ago

Wtf ?!!!!!

Kathy Greear
Community Member
5 months ago

No comprehension of how this can be

Tes Glyssane
Community Member
5 months ago

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sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
5 months ago

One huge ant hill !!!

Merilyn Horton
Community Member
5 months ago

Dear Lord, how terrible

Biljana Malesevic
Community Member
5 months ago

How do you get up or down? How?

Agustin Gamero
Community Member
3 months ago

Stairs, it is a true labyrinth and each staircase or corridor has its own gang of thugs who ask for tolls, the police have never entered and will never enter, the few businesses that are there charge stratospheric prices because everything has to be climbed on foot and because the thugs do not let anyone loaded with merchandise pass without charging them.

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Tango
Community Member
5 months ago

How do you get your car out of the garage?

Gina Babe
Community Member
5 months ago

That was a privileged question lol

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D K
Community Member
5 months ago

How on Earth…?!

Suzy the observer
Community Member
5 months ago

???? I have no words.

Peter Kelly
Community Member
5 months ago

When the kid kicks good ball over his fence the trick is not asking the neighbor if he can have it back, but rather finding which neighbor!

pebs
Community Member
5 months ago

I would say that the meaning in Italian of the name of this place fits well with its appearance.

Mare Freed
Community Member
29 minutes ago

At first I thought it was a sinkhole.

Naomi Cline
Community Member
1 day ago

I don’t even know what I’m looking at! A whirlpool of blocks leading to an underground city? 🤯

Fannie Rivet
Community Member
3 days ago (edited)

There's a place that looks like that in Fallout 3. That's terrifying. What happens when it rains?

Party Poison
Community Member
1 week ago

ready player one

David Niño
Community Member
1 week ago

One of the most dangerous place in the world Caracas Venezuela

Pia kjærgaard
Community Member
1 week ago

I’m in chock!!!!!!’

Kelly Anne
Community Member
3 weeks ago

This is just scary

John
Community Member
3 weeks ago

up and not out

Maria Hawkins
Community Member
4 weeks ago

That does NOT look safe!

Yvonne Torburn-Clark
Community Member
1 month ago

I'd like to see a time lapse of this developing.

Connor & Noah's Mom
Community Member
1 month ago

nope

Nancy Delgado
Community Member
1 month ago

This is exactly what we saw in Caracas, Venezuela. Only there was ONE electrical pole in the midst of it, with at least 200 electrical cords hanging off of it...it was awful. Lots of old people & little kids all over. We were there in 1992.

Krystle Fooks
Community Member
1 month ago

Im sorry but what the actual f-- my brain doesnt want to comprehend this

Orange is aging
Community Member
1 month ago

What am I even looking at right now

Amber Bedard
Community Member
1 month ago

I would not want to be living on the bottom of this heap

Thomas Sweda
Community Member
1 month ago

C’mon up.

Nola B
Community Member
1 month ago

Soon to be the USA under Biden's administration.

Mishte Tine
Community Member
1 month ago

What? Is this an old sink hole or something? Yikes.

Jerry Cynova
Community Member
1 month ago

Their country doesn't care about it's poor. Are we next?

Seedy Vine
Community Member
1 month ago

*screams*

Kristina Cowan
Community Member
1 month ago

😳 Woah...

Schuyler Kent
Community Member
1 month ago

Omg. To live at the bottom.

imagae
Community Member
2 months ago

But… HOW?

Linda Farrell
Community Member
2 months ago

Photoshopped

Cookie
Community Member
2 months ago

Ok, thank God I was not born in Venezuela.

Susan Widomski
Community Member
2 months ago

No mud slides or earth quakes? This is pretty darn scary.

Bjorn Palenius
Community Member
2 months ago

Horrible built environment in a horribly run communist country!

Bjorn Palenius
Community Member
2 months ago

Communist hell!

Waco Bayless
Community Member
2 months ago

This looks like 'The Stacks' in "Ready Player One"

Carole Gleed
Community Member
2 months ago

One thing they can’t build on your bit.

YourMomLovesMe
Community Member
2 months ago

This is gross. No human should be forced to live like this!

Benjamin Tang
Community Member
2 months ago

Maduro would certainly like to disagree.

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Cazzik Day
Community Member
2 months ago

Definitely reminds me of Dante’s inferno

Wendy
Community Member
2 months ago

WTF

Buzz Anderson
Community Member
3 months ago

HOW can people exist like this. I blame the Catholic Church entirely as the latino population buys everything the church says which is have children nostop no matter how much they starve and you have areas like this.

sandra tison
Community Member
3 months ago

Can you imagine this after an earthquake?

StnFlwr
Community Member
3 months ago

The farther down you live the less sunlight you get. Wow, that is so crazy so many people live like this.

Luna Lovegood
Community Member
4 months ago

This makes me very anxious

Judith Wilson
Community Member
4 months ago

I was going to post more pictures - but I can't get through them without feeling sick. Google Petare, Venezuela. Keep them on your computer, so the next time you feel sorry for yourself, you can see how the world REALLY is. I thought god was supposed to love all the people.

Warren Brown
Community Member
4 months ago

There isn’t enough money in the world to get me to live in that mess!!

Uchman
Community Member
3 months ago

They DON'T have money. That's the point

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Marglo948
Community Member
4 months ago

Take a mining pit, then add one shack at a time???

Shirley Heyn
Community Member
5 months ago

Do they even have an address? How do EMTs find you if you have a heart attack or whatever?

Uchman
Community Member
3 months ago

EMT's ha hahaha. Its a SLUM

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Cheryl Carter
Community Member
5 months ago

What happens if you are wheelchair bound? So sad.

Tamra Stiffler
Community Member
5 months ago

Would be rough to deliver mail here.

Laura Brown
Community Member
5 months ago

How is this possible?

Wonderful
Community Member
5 months ago

What are all the buildings looking at?

Cathy Carey
Community Member
5 months ago

What is this?

Amanda Windsor
Community Member
5 months ago

Its like a ceiling has collapsed.

Julia Jules Whitelegg
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow, just wow!

Elizabeth Gardner
Community Member
5 months ago

WTF? I am lost totally astounded.

Sheila Ryan
Community Member
5 months ago

And one day it all implodes!

Cathy Comfort
Community Member
5 months ago

Anyone wonder why these folks are desperate to emigrate??

Lorraine McNeair
Community Member
5 months ago

I am so lucky.

Kirsten Eckert-Smith
Community Member
5 months ago

Holy cow!

Caroline Driver
Community Member
5 months ago

Is this all built on the side of a quarry? I can't see how else they could look like this

Wendy Frances
Community Member
5 months ago

Remarkable!

MAKtheknife
Community Member
5 months ago

Reminds me of a cesspool.

Blair Davidson
Community Member
5 months ago

Is this what he meant when he said Shithole Country?

Shirley Battie
Community Member
5 months ago

I have no words-

Steve Bogan
Community Member
5 months ago

Where does all the stormwater run off go?

Lara Milvain
Community Member
3 months ago

Right where gravity says - straight into the homes at the bottom.

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gracefullikeagazelle
Community Member
5 months ago

Imagine all the s**t that rains down on your lowest level roof.

Tora Wookiee Macaw
Community Member
5 months ago

Ready Player One; The stacks are real! Very sad.

clive apps
Community Member
5 months ago

Looks like a picture of an suto junkyard or an electronics recycler

Julie Lynch
Community Member
5 months ago

Thank God I live in Tasmania Australia

CharliAnn Olney
Community Member
5 months ago

Welcome to the Democrat Socialist Republic of America

Sharon Vaughn
Community Member
5 months ago

How fifth element.

Lise Archambault
Community Member
5 months ago

How can people live like this.

Robin Waterson
Community Member
5 months ago

That is a man made hell !! How can so many people live in such hellish conditions ? The crime , murder and suicide rate has to be extremely high in places like that. 😱

Mjw Gjgema
Community Member
5 months ago

One of the many places where I never want to live.

Merrill N. Munro
Community Member
5 months ago

Somehow, as soon as I looked at this, I thought "it looks like those shanties are going down a drain".

Josey Griffin
Community Member
5 months ago

So glad I live in australia

Carolyn Legg
Community Member
5 months ago

Been there, no words could describe this!!!

Mairlady
Community Member
5 months ago

I have Never seen anything like this in my life!

Marianne Nielsen
Community Member
5 months ago

Can't event think what would happening if it caught fire...😱

grafxgal60073
Community Member
5 months ago

Horrifying. Terrifying.

Eileen Schwab
Community Member
5 months ago

YIKES!

Lotus Flower
Community Member
5 months ago

The inverted Borg

Mazer
Community Member
5 months ago

If developers could have their way every single inch of this planet would be developed

PKMN Trainer Link
Community Member
5 months ago

Ready Player One

TheReader19
Community Member
5 months ago

Forget anxious, this photo makes me scared 😱

Hollysmom
Community Member
5 months ago

This doesn't look at all safe or healthy

kjorn
Community Member
5 months ago

i want the next assassin creed in there! jumping from roof to roof

Katinka Min
Community Member
5 months ago

How??

Sue Hazlewood
Community Member
5 months ago

My first thought was the old Kowloon Walled City

Glynna Bowood
Community Member
5 months ago

How has this frozen landslide of houses not collapsed by now!!?

Molly Block
Community Member
5 months ago

Just imagine having to carry all of your groceries and whatnot! The people that live here must have calves strong like those of horses! Phew!

Wanderlust
Community Member
5 months ago

Ready player one's side of poor trailer parks stacked

Pavlina G
Community Member
5 months ago

What????

V33333P
Community Member
5 months ago

H ow

Alex Hamilton
Community Member
4 months ago

Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough (google it)

mcmp
Community Member
5 months ago

that's socialism for you. keep voting democraps and you'll get there soon...

mcmp
Community Member
5 months ago

how is this possible?

Sharon Ingram
Community Member
5 months ago

Coming to you soon, complements of Biden/Harris.

David Brier
Community Member
5 months ago

Cool ! Can't wait to visit.

lara
Community Member
5 months ago

But, but, they have "free medical care" so everything is fine.

Melissa Wong
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5 months ago

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Venezuela - the new American dream

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#13

Before And After A Desert Is Turned Into A Soulless Suburb Of A Desert. Jk, Its A Single Photo Of Arizona

Before And After A Desert Is Turned Into A Soulless Suburb Of A Desert. Jk, Its A Single Photo Of Arizona

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Leo Domitrix
Community Member
5 months ago

The water waste hurts. Why do you want lawns in a desert? If you want green lawns, move to England (no offense, England. You have the rainfall, is all.)

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#14

Not A Very Romantic Scene

Not A Very Romantic Scene

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Samantha PandaNotBored
Community Member
5 months ago

Blame your government’s. This is their fault . They buy rubbish from countries and do not dispose of it correctly.

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#15

Naples, Italy

Naples, Italy

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Beuska
Community Member
5 months ago

Just imagine, a few decades or hundred years ago somebody built a nice villa, and now with the urbanisation the whole thing is under a highway..

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#16

People Living Next To A Helicoidal Street In Chongqing

People Living Next To A Helicoidal Street In Chongqing

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Pazuzu
Community Member
5 months ago

looks like something from cyberpunk

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#17

Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong. Comparison Of 1964 - 2016.

Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong. Comparison Of 1964 - 2016.

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troufaki13
Community Member
5 months ago

So so sad... We really are earth's parasite...

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#18

Electrical Wiring And Water Pipes In A Brazilian Favela

Electrical Wiring And Water Pipes In A Brazilian Favela

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Sonja
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

Oh yeah, I saw this one already somewhere here on BP. Would like to see the guy who would try to find which wire or pipe is the one with problem

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#19

Johannesburg, South Africa

Johannesburg, South Africa

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Jonathan
Community Member
5 months ago

As a South African, I know this is not true... we also have electric fences along with what is shown.

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#20

Literally, Just Thanksgiving Traffic In La

Literally, Just Thanksgiving Traffic In La

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Watching
Community Member
5 months ago

That's just every day in LA during traffic hours.

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#21

Private Houses On The Roof Of An Eight-Story Mall In Zhūzhōu, China

Private Houses On The Roof Of An Eight-Story Mall In Zhūzhōu, China

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V33333P
Community Member
5 months ago

This almost looks like a surreal piece of art

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#22

Cairo, Egypt

Cairo, Egypt

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Lekha
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

Not a single tree in sight (Ok, realised that's very normal there. My bad)

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#23

Downtown Seattle, In The Heart Of The Retail District

Downtown Seattle, In The Heart Of The Retail District

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Yugan Talovich
Community Member
5 months ago

I don't understand how the US can have money to make bombers but not to help citizens who need help.

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#24

Progressive Insurance's Call Center

Progressive Insurance's Call Center

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Robert T
Community Member
5 months ago

Cubeville. Dilbert will be hiding in there somewhere.

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#25

Hyderabad, India

Hyderabad, India

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Sonja
Community Member
5 months ago

visual pollution.

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#26

Ghost City In China, Made To Be A Replica Of Paris - Tianducheng

Ghost City In China, Made To Be A Replica Of Paris - Tianducheng

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Lauren Caswell
Community Member
5 months ago

Why?

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#27

All Residents Of Whittier, Alaska Live Inside One Building

All Residents Of Whittier, Alaska Live Inside One Building

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James016
Community Member
5 months ago

There was a whole BP post about this. A rail company owns most of the land so no-one can do anything.

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#28

Manila, Philippines

Manila, Philippines

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Hunglike Jesus
Community Member
5 months ago

Yeah, just find you a spot and it's yours.

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#29

One More Lane Will Fix It

One More Lane Will Fix It

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SlartyBlartFast
Community Member
5 months ago

In my country the biggest highway is 3 lanes. No city has more than 3 lanes. And we consider it an achievement. I am amazed at this picture honestly!

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#30

Somewhere In Brazil In The 90's

Somewhere In Brazil In The 90's

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M O'Connell
Community Member
5 months ago

@WilvanderHeidjen They absolutely are homeless. They are squatting in a utilities access cabinet.

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#31

Baghdad Between Then And Now!

Baghdad Between Then And Now!

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Aski Markup
Community Member
5 months ago

Goodness, the Americans really destroyed that beautiful country.

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#32

Billionnaire Vijay Mallya's Mansion Atop A Skyscraper In Bangalore, India

Billionnaire Vijay Mallya's Mansion Atop A Skyscraper In Bangalore, India

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Konpat
Community Member
5 months ago

This decadence disgusts me

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#33

The Capital Of California

The Capital Of California

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Butter On Toast
Community Member
5 months ago

The irony..

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#34

Dubai, The Hollow City Of Artificiality

Dubai, The Hollow City Of Artificiality

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Sue Grigg
Community Member
5 months ago

I will never understand the lure of Dubai, it's a giant soulless shopping mall for rich people. They can have it, it's tacky and ugly.

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#35

Chongqing, China

Chongqing, China

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Sonja
Community Member
5 months ago

..cannot imagine the noise..

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#36

Mirny In Siberia, Russia

Mirny In Siberia, Russia

ADarkcid Report

Samantha PandaNotBored
Community Member
5 months ago

All of those houses and infrastructure was built die to that mine . It’s still a working mine right now . Giving ppl jobs homes lives

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#37

Ah, Good Old Car Culture...

Ah, Good Old Car Culture...