Welcome to SihanoukVille. An entire city being built at once with the road left as dirt for last
/r/UrbanHellLos Angeles, CA - Millions of humans with zero respect for anything other than loud, bright, and shiny 'entertainment'.
/r/UrbanHellVila D'Este, 109 buildings with over +20k people, near Porto, Portugal
/r/UrbanHellCan of worms 🐛
/r/UrbanHellMumbai, India. Looks beautiful at first, then you realise the divide between the slums and the skyscrapers[Not mine]
/r/UrbanHellAn elderly Chinese couple refused to sign an agreement allowing their house to be demolished for a new road.
/r/UrbanHellHousing commission high-rise flats - Flemington, Victoria, Australia. The four blocks went into lockdown the evening before this picture was taken
/r/UrbanHellOklahoma City, probably the most generic and average city in America the
/r/UrbanHellA bus carries workers to an iron ore open pit mine in Minas, Brazil. Mine can be seen in the distant hills.
/r/UrbanHellHobby lobby in Santa Fe
/r/UrbanHellA friend who lives in Tehran, Iran occasionally posts pics like this on Instagram and I thought this one in particular shows how rapid urban expansion can make a city aesthetically impaired.
/r/UrbanHellEndless rows of houses in a former rainforest in Johor, Malaysia
/r/UrbanHellIndustry in Rijeka, Croatia
/r/UrbanHellMamutica, Novi Zagreb, Croatia
/r/UrbanHellChinese factories belching smoke from coal fires along the Yangtze river
/r/UrbanHellGreen surrounded by concrete, Istanbul Turkey
/r/UrbanHellParis, 15 eme, Grenelle
/r/UrbanHellThis mountain village in Tibet
/r/UrbanHellIztapalapa, Mexico City
/r/UrbanHellMeschenich-Kölnberg, suburban social housing project from 1973, near Cologne, Germany
/r/UrbanHellOld Delhi , India