Get to Know the San Pedro Prison
The BBC has put together a fascinating photo journal on San Pedro—a jail in La Paz, Bolivia, that houses about 1,500 inmates and has evolved into a self-contained community. Inside the jail walls, there are markets, children running in the streets, sports teams, restaurants, hair salons and a hotel. Inmates get jobs at the various markets located around the jail to pay rent for their cells, which can range from cheap and filthy to expensive and luxurious, and their families often move in with them (although they are allowed to come and go as they please). Pietro Paolini, an Italian photographer, has taken a lot more pictures over at Terra Project ...
Recommended For YouView More in Current
- > The Real Abuse at the Heart of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
- > Why Don’t the Guys in my Church Ask Women on Dates?
- > 'Christian Cleavage' Probably Isn't the Problem
- > Report: ISIS Just Kidnapped a Group of at Least 90 Christians, Including Children
- > Chris Pratt and Chris Evans Made Good on Their Super Bowl Bet