When planning your next trip, you may want to avoid some of the cities we’re about to mention. In 2015, they ranked among the world’s most dangerous places on the basis of murder cases per capita.
Caracas, Venezuela has risen to number one spot with 119.87 murders per 100,000 beating out San Pedro Sula in Honduras which had the top position in 2015, with 171.2 murders per 100,000 people per year but dropped to second at 111.03 in 2016. The number is surprisingly high in comparison to the most violent cities in many other countries. In the US, for example, St. Louis, with its murder rate of 59.23 per 100,000, is still a much safer place to live than the world’s most dangerous city.
Illegal drug distribution, extensive poverty, and gangs all combine to affect the living conditions in Caracas and San Pedro Sula, the help make those city so notorious.

Source: Most Dangerous Cities in the World – WorldAtlas.com

The whole country is in the brink of becoming a turf for warlords and civil strife. Human Life is worth zero and atrocities are becoming too normal. The last one was some depraved jackass who shot and killed a toddler because she looked at him.

I am glad I got out of there in time.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

8 thoughts on “Dubious distinction: The Most Dangerous City in the World.”
  1. My friend from down there flew for the airlines. About 3 years ago he got himself and his family out of the country. He tried to relay to me how bad it was then, I can’t imagine how bad it is 3 years later.

  2. So glad you got out of there! You have done such a great job with your blog. Their loss is our gain!

      1. Definitely sounds like a place I would not want to visit!
        My initial curiousity was peaked by the fact that St Louis was mentioned and Chicaraq (updated spelling) was not.
        Keep up the good work on this site!

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