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WORST CITY - Grozny, Chechnya

Grozny, Chechnya

Population: 200,000

Worst Feature: Rubble, Landmines and Mass Graves

Best Feature: Free Bricks and Bullets Lying Around



In 2003 the United Nations called Grozny the ‘Most Destroyed City on Earth.”

The destruction in Grozny from the two Chechen Wars has been compared to the leveling of Dresden and Hiroshima during WWII. Between the Russian Bombers and Artillery Shells that have flattened the city during two sieges - to the suicide bombings by Chechen Rebels and Insurgents, there is not much left of Grozny.

While fighting “officially” ended in 2006, murders both political and merely criminal abound.

 Organized Crime is rampant. Only some 900 buildings of the 60,000 destroyed have been rebuilt, many people live in abandoned buildings and the shells of their former residences without electricity or running water – and eek out a meagre existence by finding scrap metal among the rubble, while collecting broken and shattered bricks to rebuild their homes.

So think about that next time you complain about the long lines at “Home Depot.”
 

 

 

A warm welcome awaits tourists as they arrive in Grozny, Chechnya

 

There's always something for the kids to do in Grozny, Chechnya - even if it is joining a communist youth group.

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Since the first Chechen War in 1994 the people of Chechnya have been suffering silently. There has been no recent population census of Chechnya but it is believed that there are now less than 600,000 Chechens remaining in the world and a large number of them are women, children and the elderly. Many Chechens are now residing in neighbouring countries such as Ingushetia, Dagestan and Azerbaijan as refugees. In a recent visit to Azerbaijan by our representatives, the real facts regarding their plight and desperate situation was uncovered. There are over 3,500 official Chechen refugees in Azerbaijan, in need of food and shelter.

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