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Old November 4th, 2008, 02:33 PM   #1
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Dante's Inferno: los sitios más contaminados del planeta

Todas las fotos de este hilo a menos que se indique lo contrario, incluyendo sus comentarios han sido extraidos de flickr





Fotos de contaminación, industria pesada, chimeneas humeantes, complejos Petroquímicos, explotaciones mineras, plataformas petroliferas abandonadas, vertederos, rios hechos polvos, suburbios apertosos, ciudades infernales, lagos muertos o mares que se secan, ciudades adandonadas o arrasadas por la guerra. zonas de pruebas nucleares o restos de batallas.

Recopilemos los infiernos del planeta en un solo hilo:

Bienvenidos a los infiernos de Dante (en la tierra)


valen tanto destinos nacionales como internacionales, la unica condiciónes que sean infernalmente demenciales!

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Polluted lakes of Azerbaijan

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Danger: Polluted Tunnel!

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Aalborg Portland

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Polluted Earth

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buscando madera en el río


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Wausau Paper Plant in Mosinee, Wisconsin

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The View Of Tehran - Air Polution Vs Green Trees

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World's most polluted sea, Helsinki, Finland, August 2007

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aguas bravas

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Polluted Morning in Pudong

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Pekín

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Smog en Santiago

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Petrochemical Sunset, Houston Ship Channel looking west just above the Fred Hartman Bridge

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Petro Canada Refinery
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Voy a buscar las de norislk xD

Aquí tengo una:


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Most important Petrochemical from São Paulo

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Fort Saskatchewan Plant

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Heavily polluted river in Kathmandu

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ARCERLOR.CONTAMINACION.AVILES.ASTURIAS.2007

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Luego pondré los paraísos del crimen y la degeneración urbana e industrial de Nueva Jersey, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio...
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Oh sí!

Me encantan la zonas industriales deprimidas de EEUU
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Incendio a L'Aquila (Italia)


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HERALD OF FREE ENTERPRISE, Accidentado el 6 de Marzo de 1987, fallecieron 193 personas entre pasajeros y tripulación.


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Epecuén, Carhué, Prov. de Buenos Aires

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Villa Epecuén, Uno de los hoteles que quedó bajo el agua.-

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Nueva Orleans
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especial La Oroya, Perú.

especial La Oroya, Perú.


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Especial Linfen, China

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Young coal worker in Linfen (Shanxi, China)

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Pollution near Linfen; Although Linfen a couple of years ago was named 'most polluted city on the planet' by the World Bank, I don't think they deserve that title anymore.

Linfen has still a long way to go before it can be called a green or clean city, but local residents say that the air quality is better than it used to be a couple of years ago.

Closure of the most polluting factories and more strict enforcement of the mandatory installation of environmental protection equipment at factories has a visible effect. But as long as coal remains the main source for China energy hunger, Linfen will remain an important industrial coalcenter.

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Muddy road in Linfen


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An elevated view of one of Linfen's main streets. Linfen has been named by some organizations as the dirtiest city in the world.


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Joé con Linfen
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Sumqayit, Azerbaiyan.

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"Titanic" is spraypainted on the side of the ship (in Cyrillic script).

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Was detained by Azeri Military Police for an hour for taking these shots. Who would think this factory is operational?! Yes, I am stupid.

The full story found us in the town of Sumqayit, about a half hour from Baku. It used to be the headquarters of the Soviet chemical industry, sort of like the New Jersey of the USSR. The town had the highest infant mortality rate in the world.

After the collapse of the USSR, most of these factories shut down, and there is a stretch of several miles along both sides of the road leading north out of town that looks just like this - all rusted hulks and broken windows. We thought nothing of just hopping out of our taxi and walking straight at the factory, snapping away. That is, until my cohort said with alarm "There are guys in camoflage coming!"

They were not happy with us, and after being nice and saying we'd leave and trying to do so, they showed us their guns and said no come with us. We had no choice, though we left belongings in the cab. We convinced them to go with us back to the taxi and then take us wherever it was we were going. The got in the taxi with us and told the driver to take us somewhere - we don't speak Azeri and didn't understand where.

Long story short, no bribes were paid and after looking at our passports, and the pictures I could luckily show them on my digital camera, our explanations of "we're artists" and "we don't have factories this big in the U.S." seemed to win them over

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...and this once-nice stretch of beach is crumbling and flooding.

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Sorry you had to see that. We found three on the beach at Sumqayit, which has a reputation as the most polluted place on earth.


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Kabul

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Kabul hillside

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Two burqa-clad Afghan women walk past the war damaged Darlaman Palace in the west of Kabul, 22 February 2007. West Kabul was the scene of some of heaviest fighting between opposing warlords and the Taliban from 1992 through 1996, SHAH Marai

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A Burqa clad Afghan woman walks past a destroyed building in Kabul, 15 February 2007. Although reconstruction of the Afghan capital is underway, many areas of the city still bear the scars of the country's two decades of war.

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The dramatic cityscape of Kabul. From the Mausoleum of the King's grandfather over to the snow capped Hindu Kush mountains. The damage to the tomb is from extensive shelling.

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Buenísima

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Son unas imagenes muy bonitas e inspiradoras . Ahora podré dormir más tranquilo.

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Copsa Mica, Rumanía

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Copsa Mica smelter, Romania's largest lead and tin manufacturer.
Copsa Mica, Sibiu, Romania

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Villa Epecuén, Argentina

Cuando el agua se tragó a Villa Epecuén




CARHUE. ENVIADO ESPECIAL
María de Francisco siempre pensó que no había nada peor que un incendio. Eso fue hasta el 10 de noviembre de 1985, el día que el agua venció la defensa de seis metros de altura de Villa Epecuén e inundó el pueblo. Cuatro días después todo el lugar ya había sido evacuado. Quince años más tarde sigue bajo agua. Se lo puede recorrer en lancha; sólo hay que ir esquivando los pocos techos y tanques de agua que aún están sobre el nivel de la laguna.

La señora (de 73 años) y su marido tenían una mercería y tienda de ramos generales que estaba sobre la calle Mitre, la principal de Villa Epecuén. Sólo salvaron algunas cosas y se mudaron a Carhué. Con la indemnización que les dio la provincia, dicen que compraron una casa cinco veces más chica y de menos calidad que la que tenían.

Villa Epecuén quedaba a 8 kilómetros de Carhué. Estaba siempre a full. Todo el año recibían turistas con reuma, artritis y artrosis que usaban las aguas curativas de la laguna. Era, además, centro nocturno en la región.

En el ''85 todo el sistema hídrico de esta zona de la provincia —fundamentalmente las seis lagunas Encadenadas que están al norte de Carhué— estaba a punto...

más: http://www.clarin.com/diario/2001/11/25/s-05302.htm

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27/07/2008 - Ruinas de la Villa Lago Epecuén, a 12 km. de la Ciudad de Carhué y a unos 550 km. al sudoeste de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (Pcia. de Buenos Aires, Argentina).

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Villa Epecuen, four meters below Lake Epecuen since 1985. Used to be one important vacation center, now abandoned.
Provincia de Buenos Aires
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Villa Epecuén, ya no existe. Solo quedan ruinas que dejó la inundación de 1985. El lago, antes de crecer tenía una salinidad igual a la del Mar Muerto.

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Hace tiempo pasé por una zona de la Rep. Checa que era una llanura con 5 centrales térmicas gigantescas mínimo, ¿alguien sabe de lo que hablo o tiene fotos? es la zona que está junto a Alemania.
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Cocktail



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polluted river Kathmandu (1 of 1) - many oh my photos are of good-lookin things and scenics. It's only fair that I throw in some of the less than appealing aspects

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SACRED Devotees have little choice but to immerse the sacred grass at the end of Navratras in the polluted river Tawi in Jammu

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Mumbai's Dirt, Industrial waste are drained into the already dirt cloaked river.

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Nevada Nuclear Test Site


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Between 1951 and 1992, there were a total of 925 announced nuclear tests at Nevada Test Site

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A giant subsidence crater created from underground nuclear testing

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The original actually looked like an atomic mushroom cloud, which is why I took the pic. Strangely only miles from the Nevada Test Site.

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This is one of the test houses built for the 1955 Apple II atomic bomb test at the Nevada Test Site. The 29 kiloton test was meant to measure the civil effects of weapons. Mannequins were put up inside this house, which survived the detonation (houses closer to the epicentre were blown away).

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Especial imperio del Sol


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Ashio copper mine above the Watarase River
Tailings from the mine were discharged into the Watarase River, causing major pollution all the way downstream into the Edo River

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Fujisan, symbol of old Japan. And a very modern plant.

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Chemical plant in Ajigawaguchi

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Foggy morning in Takaoka industrial area 小矢部川 高岡市 富山県

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