Five Crazy Cities In The World

There are cities in the world that you don’t want to visit. Cities in which locals don’t understand what’s wrong around and why the reactions of visitors are so strange. Honestly, some cities in this world are just literally crazy. Even a though that someone can live normally in certain conditions makes us feel weird. The humanity is being successful in building new house and adopting wild places for living but some projects just seem to be errors. Let’s see what are the five crazy cities in the world:

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Neft Dashlari

Neft Dashlari

Neft Dashlari is a place with a population of 5000 citizens. What makes it weird is the fact that all those 5000 people are living on a platform in the middle of ocean.The story has started in 1945, when USSR discovered oil in the area of Caspian Sea. Since the offshore oil rig was never build before yet, the government considered a platform being a good solution. Some time later new oil sources were discovered and consequently the platform had to be extended. Today the city of oil workers is living it’s full life. There are apartments with electricity, hotels for visitors, hospitals, cultural places and even a library.

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Manshiyat Naser

Manshiyat Naser

This is a city of total absurd. The level of unemployment here is 100% , however locals are calling themselves the happiest people on Earth. Worldwide the city is known as the Garbage City. Exactly here the biggest informal garbage collectors are settled. Basically people are living and benefiting from trash here. Locals collect garbage from Cairo and sort it, recovering all the valuables for themselves. What’s investing, even in this conditions city life is still kind of going. There are apartment buildings, streets and permanent shops that are still functioning.

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Dwarf Village

Dwarf Village

Once upon a time Chinese entrepreneur called Chen Mingjing decided to help little people escaping bullying and discrimination. He created an amusement park where most of the workers are dwarfs. However , the idea of equality doesn’t seem to be solved here. Every days citizens of the Dwarf Village have to dress costumes and display themselves for entertaining . Today the population of the city is 120 people. Despite all the fairytale around the city, Dwarf Village still seems to be functioning. There are mushroom shaped apartments, police and fire brigade operating in the city.

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Hell

hell,Michigan

No, it is not a joke. The Hell town exist and located in Michigan (USA). Locals are not getting concerned about the name, they rather take it as a lifestyle motto.Most of the restaurants are devilish here and most of the bars will welcome you to hell. The last amazing fact about this city is that Halloween is the biggest and most loved holiday in Hell.

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Miyake-Jima

Miyake-Jima

Miyake-jima is an island in Japan. What is interesting the area where all of island’s population live is just at the base of an active volcano. Every days locals are in danger of getting sulfur poisoning. Very often the alarm rings here in order to inform people that the level of sulful is way too high . In this case everyone has to wear a gas mask. But this all does not make this city a crazy one. The evidence of weirdness is that all residence of the island are getting paid by Japanese government to live here.

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