Bringing you the worst cities in the World!!

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WORST CITY - Haina, Dominican Republic

Haina, Dominican Republic

Population: 85,465

Worst Feature: Heavy Metal Pollution

Best Feature: There's gold in them there Haina River


Another place as popular as a “Lead Balloon” Haina could be called The Lead Poisoning Capital of the World, and that’s saying a lot if you have already read about Kabwe and La Oroya on this list.

The lead levels are particularly bad in an area known as Bajos de Haina, where the site of a former battery plant has caused extremely high levels of lead in the soil.

In fact according to the UN the entire population of Haina show signs of some degree of lead poisoning.



A child with no where to play but in the lead contaminated dump-yard of an uncaring battery manufacturer. No one seems to care that he and all his friends are being sentenced to a short painful life.

91 per cent of children in the area tested above safe levels for lead in their blood.
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