It’s not every building that looks so good. As well as the Macallan Distillery. However, many structures worldwide don’t belong and will fall down in the next storm. These things aren’t just isolated examples in some places, either. Even a whole neighbourhood can be an abomination. And you can find them on the r/UrbanHell page.
Subreddit: It’s a place where people post pictures of “all the disgusting places humans have built or live in.” Everyone who wants to see the darker side of cities, towns, and villages in our shared world is welcome to join the online community. They also welcome any photos that show either ugliness or a problem with urban development. Rural and suburban nightmares can also happen.
You will see what this subreddit is all about in the pictures below.
The Mumbai Ocean gives back what people have thrown in it during the monsoon every year.
Hong Kong Street Life
About half of the world’s people already live in cities. A lot of people will live in cities by 2050. There are photos in r/UrbanHell to see how poverty and the environment come together in cities.
Having bad urban development isn’t just about how it looks. It’s also lousy air and water quality, not enough water, waste disposal problems, and high energy use, which are made worse by more people living in cities. Strong city planning is needed to deal with these and other issues as the world’s cities grow.
New Delhi – During Lockdown vs Now
Uae Nad Al Sheba III Neighborhood
It’s Baffling How Fast It Changes
The River Yamuna in India is full of industrial waste. People are praying at the river.
Hotel In Łodz, Poland
An interesting point of view I came across in Macau a year ago.
A desert before and after it turns into a place with no souls. It’s just a single picture of Arizona.
Not A Very Romantic Scene
A Helicoidal Street In Chongqing is near people who live there, so this is what they say.
Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong. Comparison Of 1964 – 2016.
A Brazilian Favela has electricity and water pipes, like this:
Johannesburg, South Africa
Literally, Just Thanksgiving Traffic In La