I take a look at an interesting collection of the most dangerous places on the planet. Did you happen to be in one of them and check their readiness for survival in extreme conditions ... But I would visit these corners of the planet is not too desirable. Read more about the most dangerous place in the world!
Located in the heart of Siberia and 3,000 kilometers east of Moscow, Verkhoyansk is one of the coolest cities in the world. It is often called cold pole of the northern hemisphere. The city is widely known for its endless winters; it is the river Yana, which is covered by ice nine months of the year. The air temperature in the winter in Verkhoyansk ranges from 40-55 degrees below zero. In the period from September to March, the duration of the day is less than 5 hours. In the days of the kings and the USSR Verkhoyansk was a city where the exiled convicts from across the country. Today it is called the native home of more than 1,500 people. It annually attracts hundreds of fans of extreme tourism. And over the following cities and countries, this place may seem a paradise.
Lake Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo / Rwanda
Kivu, one of the African Great Lakes region, located on the border between the republics of Congo and Rwanda. It is known that under the surface Kivu are huge deposits of methane (in excess of 65 million cubic meters), which in the case of release (e.g., by volcanic activity water bottom) may trigger an explosion, leading to a strong tsunami and death of 2 million locals .
Minqin County (Gansu Province, China)
Minqin County (Gansu Province, China) - is disappearing oasis, trapped between two deserts. Arid land most of the year suffers from strong winds and sandstorms, which literally devour vegetation way and so there are too few. Since 1950, the desert has captured more than 260 square kilometers of the entire territory of the county, and every year it continues to slowly but surely grow, destroying all life in their path. In view of these uninhabitable lands and an increasing number of vulnerable groups, the Chinese Government is rightly ranked Minqin to zones of ecological disaster and launched a program to resettle the two million people living there at the moment.
Located in the north of Ethiopia's Danakil Desert, settlement Dallol locals call the "Gates of Hell." This area is considered to be the hottest inhabited place on Earth, where the air temperature in summer can reach 60 degrees Celsius. In addition, the region is represented by the solid salt plains, active volcanoes and the constant earthquakes. Not surprisingly, because of the harsh climate and lack of infrastructure dubbed Dallol ghost town.
Since 1990 the Civil War began, the Republic of Somalia is actually divided into dozens of warring groups. Disease, hunger and ineffective government policies contributed to the terrorist groups that spawned nationwide crime and violence. Hunger - the most pressing problem in Somalia; in the period from 2010 to 2012, he, according to statistics, has killed more than 260,000 people. According to the American magazine «Foreign Policy» and the Global Peace Foundation (Eng. Global Fund for Peace), Somalia is the most failed state in the world.
Port Moresby, Papua - New Guinea
The capital of Papua - New Guinea, which occupies the 137th place in the list of the 140 least liveable cities in the world, is famous not for its picturesque surroundings, and an excess of rapes, murders, carjackings and mass outbreaks of HIV infection. Those who are supposed to protect the citizens and to combat violations of the law (it is the police), themselves often are criminals, corrupt officials and members of the gang.
Poverty - the biggest problem in Port Moresby; she is the main cause of lawlessness prevailing in the capital.
Forgotten time, the city is replete with luxurious Sana Arabian architecture and culture. He is also a stronghold of Islamic fanaticism. In 2013, as a result of terrorist attacks and militant attacks killed and injured hundreds of people. The responsibility for this themselves took the military group associated with "Al-Qaeda". Beginning in 2010, the Yemeni border patrol about 1,000 fighters of the organization. Their numbers seem to be increasing, as Yemen has become the main target of the US program for the implementation of the UAV.
In addition, the main problem is early marriage in Yemen. In 2013, 8-year-old girl died from internal bleeding caused by * ovym intercourse with 40-year-old man in her wedding night. According to the NGO Human Rights Watch, more than half of young women in Yemen (70%) get married before the age of 18, 14% - up to 15 years.
In the capital of Liberia are some of the most terrible African slums of West Point, where more than 75, 000 people. There are rampant cholera epidemic at * komaniya, Teenager question * itutsiya and lack even basic creature comforts (faeces on the streets and beaches of Monrovia - a common occurrence). Rape in Liberia's capital happen everywhere; many desperate parents, as though it may sound terrible, they are relatively profitable. The ten-year civil war has contributed to an increase in population of the capital's slums.
Brazil - is not only one of the most beautiful countries on the planet, but also the world leader in the level of crime. Every year there are more than 50,000 committed murder. Brazil is also not lagging behind in the number of rapes, robberies and kidnappings. In addition, the situation in the country greatly exacerbates the glaring poverty and the huge gap between rich and poor. These attractive tourist cities such as Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Salvador became literally a hotbed of violence.
Haiti is one of the least developed and poorest countries in the world. The atmosphere is unrealistic high levels of crime, which is why the representatives of the US State Department said that in the country there is no "safe" area. Haiti is mired in illicit trade in bunks * Otik and common crimes such as car theft, murder, armed robbery, kidnapping, rape, and others. The police of the Republic is not only idle, but also contributes to the development of criminal activities.