Norylsk, Russia — one of the most isolated cities on Earth
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West Philadelphia. Today.
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Berlin, Germany
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Central Illinois
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Suburbia in Belgium
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Puno, Perú
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Charleston, South Carolina
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Before being demolished in the early nineties, Kowloon Walled City had 50,000 residents and a population density of almost 2 million people per square kilometer!
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Naples, Italy
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east london
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Warsaw, Poland
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Lima, Perú
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Longest apartment block in Eastern Europe - Gdańsk, Poland. 860m and almost 3500 residents.
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Does this count? No natural resources, all supplies clearly need to come from the mainland. 131 people in 0.0008sq mi on Migingo Island.
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The block - Redfern Sydney
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An abandoned Indochina-dated villa near where I live in Hanoi, not sure if they are going to restore it or demolish it
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Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
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Ferrara, Italy [1000x750]
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Argentinian favelas
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Odessa, Ukraine
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Northern Maine is a dumpster fire
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Yup, this is the street in Bridgeport (Ct) named after P.T Barnum, famous showman, and also a former mayor of the city
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Langfang,China
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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Le Vele di Scampia (documentary in comments) [1024x778]
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Quarantine and Chill
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Pilastro neighborhood, Bologna, Italy. [800x495]
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Saint Petersburg, Russia
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Sugar cane factory in Tepic, Mexico
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New City of Administration, 45km east of Cairo, Egypt
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