9.15.2019

MOST DANGEROUS CITIES IN THE WORLD AT NIGHT

  • MOST DANGEROUS CITIES IN THE WORLD AT NIGHT
  • MOST DANGEROUS CITIES IN THE WORLD AT NIGHT
  • MOST DANGEROUS CITIES IN THE WORLD AT NIGHT


  • As night falls, the cracks become deserted. After sunset, some people dare pass through the dark streets. Only a few cars and pedestrians stare into the darkness filled houses.

  • At one time Latin America's largest business city, Caracas's nightlife has been affected by the economic crisis, and now the murder rate is the highest worldwide.

  • Even so, some citizens still look for ways to enjoy life.

  • 'There was no place to stay'

  • Los Mercedes, a wealthy area of ​​Caracas, has traditionally been the busiest part of the city.

  • Caron Silva is a doctor at a local hospital and participates in an event with a colleague who celebrates 100 days before becoming a certified obstetrician at a local restaurant, including the Barbie Cue in Makhaina. , Is being held.

  • In Venezuela, such incidents are common. They couldn't have any friends. His wounds have not recovered after the nose operation. Despite the economic plight, some people are undergoing plastic surgery to improve their health.
  • "The biggest reason we come here is because of security, because we know we have no problem," Caron said of the dance.
  • There are several places in Beirut. The lucky citizens of Kirk, called Kirk Vince, gather near the entrances to expensive cars. 

  • Begging children watch charming people at these dance and anthem concerts.
  • Everyone has to go through security before entering the club. Male personnel seek male and female personnel. In terms of security, an obsession is found.
  • It's crowded inside and the game is hot. But those who come here regularly say that there are not as many people as they used to come before the crisis.

  • "At first it was hard to find and now it's lost and lost," said one woman.

  • 'On the first Thursday you also got a lot of people at night. Now this place looks so empty.
  • The idea was reinforced this week at Yan Sebastien's busiest nightclub in a Caracas.

  • This space is almost empty, employees are seeing more customers.

  • Dance of the Ridge
  • It doesn't matter to Caron and his friends in Beirut. They're sharing a bottle of rum they bought for $ 300,000 (local currency) - $ 15.

  • It costs more than their monthly income, but like other Venezuelans, they do other work to increase their income.

  • Women and gentlemen are dancing to Latin American music.

  • They're taking pictures of each other posing on social media as soon as Kate walks.

  • Gamers play around three o'clock in the night.
  • Dresses of emojis and dancers arrive at the dance hall and invite everyone to dance.

  • Night arrived at the cabin. In this case, a person waives a national permit.

  • In the rain of the paper's colorful leaves, Carvin explains that 'there is a tradition of flag hoisting at every opportunity.'

  • Bottles are bottles in the hands of Adam Dance Adam Emoji, from where she pours wine directly into the family's throat.

  • 'Severe crisis'

  • Music noise at a specific smoking area is low so it can be discussed.

  • "The aliens are amazed at these wonderful events," says Ernesto.

  • 'They wonder how all this is possible in Venezuela during such a severe economic crisis. But people still have money here, especially in Caracas.
  • But the situation itself is not good for them.

  • He owns a pharmaceutical company in public hospitals.
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  • He says American suppliers do not want to deal with President Donald Trump's announcement of Venezuela's economic sanctions.
  • These people are standing on the street and on the sidewalk, sipping cheap drinks and listening to music. These loud heads are mostly raised by car speakers.

  • Cars often provide space for gamers. Cars and big cars suddenly make music at a gasoline pump, and while watching people gather to dance and dance.

  • Then there are places like La Tusquita where people dance all night long on the tap of local music. Very cheap entertainment.

  • Launched 35 years ago, its clients are adults.

  • There is no foreign liquor, no professional intelligence, nor light glow.

  • Wilson, who owns here, performs duties as a butcher and also chooses songs. Most of the music is based on the lyrics of the western islands.

  • Choosing the next song on his laptop, he said, 'This business was started by my mother-in-law.
  • The desert here is insect cocoa. This is the plant from which the wine is extracted.

  • A bottle of cocoa costs less than 14,000 bolivars, or a dollar.
  •  Many of La Tuscita's customers have not arrived today. They decided to play on a hill called San Augustine.It is nine o'clock in the morning and the game goes on.
  • Wilson said his business is doing well despite Venezuela's booming economy.

  • “People keep coming. They take the money to drink.

  • MOST DANGEROUS CITIES IN THE WORLD AT NIGHT


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