Bringing you the worst cities in the World!!

The world is very, very, very big. There are some wonderful places on its surface. Fabulous sun-kissed beaches with miles of golden sands. Wonderful mountains with crystal steams cascading down into tropical paradises. There are also some horrendous cities populated by a subculture of thugs and gangsters. Sadly this website is about the latter locations. Here you will discover some of the most vile and violent places to live. So read on and be prepared to be shocked.        WORST CITY

 

Web

Worst City

Worst Cities

Most Dangerous City

Highest Crime Rates

Worst City for Murders

Most Polluted City

Poverty Levels

USA Most Dangerous

Worst Cities traffic congestion

Worst Country

50 Poorest Countries

Population Density

Lowest GDP Country

Highest Inflation

Infant Mortality

Life Expectancy

Low Literacy Rates

World Population

Living on less than
$1 per day

Internet Censorship

Slum Pictures

Kids Pictures

Landmine Pictures

Quotations

Children's Charities

Volunteer with VSO


If you have found this site interesting please consider giving a small donation to Hope for Children.

 

NOW VISIT

Ghosts

Love Poems

Spot the Duck

Weird Websites

Ghost Pictures

Scottish

Glaswegian

College Humor

Superstitions

Tattie Bogle

           

Inspirational Poems

Funny Poems

Famous Poems

Free Diet Plans

Funny Jokes Online

MOCKERY

Ghost Stories

Bizarre Webcam

notMENSA society for the stupid

Raunchiest Riddles

Top Paying Keywords

Keyword Suggestions

Everything you want to know about everything!

Children's Author

WORST CITY - Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, Lebanon

Population: – figures are varied due to the disruption at present , but about 1.5 million.

Worst Feature: According to some people it is the taxi’s, but these are the people who can
afford such things.
 

Best Feature: Genuine hospitality



Lebanon is described in the Bible as a beautiful place, full of fine trees and helpful people. Most of the trees have long gone, but the people are still as hospitable as ever, every stall holder wants you to enjoy a drink. The markets of Beirut are full of exotic goods – but jus t in case you can’t find what you need there will be a street child on every corner willing to sell you chewing gum, matches or what ever – to clean your car, your shoes, fetch you coffee. Some of them do have homes to which they return from time to time – but these children first have to work hard to help out the family finances. It is estimated that 20% of the children though have neither family or home in the city – they are simply there because they are trying to survive – this in a war torn city where bombs fly.
 

 

 

 No place to hide - war torn buildings of Southern Beirut

 
 . . . and we love you!!!

 

Help the children of Lebanon with SOS Children

 

Lebanon is a small, mountainous country in the Middle East, whose vibrantly mixed population has experienced considerable unrest in recent decades.

From 1975 until the early 1990s Lebanon suffered a bloody civil war in which regional powers - particularly Israel, Syria and the Palestine Liberation Organisation - used the country as a battlefield for their own conflicts. Israeli troops invaded in 1982 before pulling back to a self-declared "security zone" in 1985 from which they withdrew in May 2000.

The charity began working in the country in 1966 and three years later the first SOS Children's Village was established in Bhersaf, inland from the capital Beirut. The village has twelve family houses and is home to 108 children. Also nearby, the first youth homes were set up in the mid-1970s, to help teenagers from the village in their first steps to independence.

A second village was built in Sferai about 65km south of Beirut, near Sidon, in 1981, providing homes for 90 children in its ten family houses. As a result of the ongoing political conflict in the area and the closure of the main access roads, the SOS families and their neighbours lived for many years in virtual isolation.

The first SOS Social Centre in the country, ‘SOS-Entraide’ was opened in Mkallès near Beirut in 1986, helping disadvantaged women and families from the neighbourhood by providing work as well as social and economic support. Its main focus is to prevent the abandonment of children by strengthening at-risk families, particularly those headed by single mothers.

SOS Children


cat books ebook

Purrfect for any cat lover.

INFO

Amazon:  USA: $0.99 UK: £0.75
Amazon USA  :  Amazon UK


kids books fantasy novel stuart macfarlane

Amazon:  USA: $0.99 UK: £0.75
Amazon USA   :   Amazon UK


Important Note: This site is for 'entertainment' only - do not take the contents too seriously (APART FROM THE CHARITY SECTIONS - AND THE HORRENDOUS FACTS & STATISTICS ON POVERTY ) - it is not our intention to offend and we hope that you read the comments on the cities with humour in your heart. On a serious note, we have highlighted the squalid conditions in which many people have to live - this is something that we all need to try to change. You can make a difference by donating a small amount to Hope for Children or one other other featured charities. By doing so you will help make the world a better place. Much of the content of this site has been written by contributors. If you find any errors please contact the webmaster.

Photos on this site have come from a number of sources - if you hold copyright to any and wish it removed then please contact the webmaster.