How Different Prison Cells Look Like Around The World

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How Different Prison Cells Look Like Around The World
How Different Prison Cells Look Like Around The World
How Different Prison Cells Look Like Around The World

This is how different prison cells look like around the world, and from country to country, you can easily spot the difference in living conditions. In some cases, the prisons in rich countries look better than the apartments in poor regions. Kind of messed up if you start analyzing the problem.

Over 10,35 million people are currently incarcerated in prisons from around the globe, according to the Institute for Criminal Policy Research. These people are both pre-trial detainees/remand prisoners as well as convicted inmates.

Based on previous numbers from 2000, the number of women serving time has increased to ~50%, while the number of incarcerate men has risen by ~18%. The United States of America have 698 prisoners out of every 100,000 citizens, while a country like Denmark has 61. Just facts.

#1 Aranjuez Prison, Aranjuez, Spain

How Different Prison Cells Look Like Around The World
How Different Prison Cells Look Like Around The World

#2 Bastøy Prison, Horten, Norway

#3 Luzira Prison, Kampala, Uganda

#4 San Diego Medium-Security Women’s Prison, Cartagena, Colombia

#5 Halden Prison, Halden‎, Norway

#6 Norgerhaven Prison, Veenhuizen, Netherlands

#7 Onomichi Prison, Onomichi, Japan

#8 HMP Addiewell, Lothian, Scotland

#9 Black Dolphin Prison, Sol-Iletsk, Russia

#10 Penal De Ciudad Barrios, Ciudad Barrios, San Miguel, El Salvador

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#11 Champ-Dollon Prison, Geneva, Switzerland

#12 The Maula Prison, Lilongwe, Malawi

#13 Landsberg Prison, Landsberg Am Lech, Germany

#14 The Las Colinas Detention And Reentry Facility, Santee, California

#15 Cebu Provincial Detention And Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC), Cebu, Cebu Province, Philippines

#16 Oslo’s Skien Prison, Oslo, Norway

#17 Abashiri Prison, Abashiri, Japan

#18 Haiti’s Civil Prison, Arcahaie, Haiti

#19 Otago Corrections Facility, Milburn, New Zealand

#20 Quezon City Jail, Quezon City, Philippines

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