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The Best Designed Prisons From All Over the World6. Halden Prison
La Sabeneta Prison Location: Sabeneta, Venezuela Notable Residents: n/a Amenities: Poor prisoners are forced to sleep in hammocks La Sabeneta is one of the many overcrowded prisons found in Venezuela. Some of the poorer prisoners have been forced to sleep hammocks located in narrow pipe-access corridors, while the wealthy inmates buy their way to better living spaces.
The 50 Craziest Prisons and Jails in the World9. Diyarbakir Prison
Diyarbakir Prison Location: Diyarbakır, Turkey Notable Residents: n/a Amenities: A dog trained to bite the genitals of prisoners The Diyarbakir Prison was built in 1980. Following the 1980 Turkish coup d'état, the prison was transferred over to military administration, where it became a Martial Law Prison until 1988, when it was given back to the Ministry of Justice.
The 50 Craziest Prisons and Jails in the World46. Fremantle Prison
Fremantle Prison Location: Western Australia Notable Residents: Bon Scott (lead singer of AC/DC) Amenities: An impressive art gallery On this 15-acre site, you can find the former prison, gatehouse, cottages, perimeter walls, and even prisoner art.
The 50 Craziest Prisons and Jails in the World12. La Sante Prison
La Sante Prison Location: Paris, France Notable Residents: n/a Amenities: Impressive architecture inspired by Eastern State Penitentiary With both VIP and high-security wings, La Sante prison is among the most famous in France. Built in 1867, it is one of the three main prisons in Paris, and was used to hold both common criminals and prisoners of war during World War ll.
The Best Designed Prisons From All Over the World10. Eddyville Prison
Eddyville Prison Location: Eddyville, Ky. Yet another historically significant architectural monument, Kentucky's Eddyville state prison is also known as the Castle on the Cumberland. It's as imposing as it is storied with riots, murders, escapes, and even one conflict so harried to its name that the National Guard had to be called in to help quell an uprising of just two prisoners (they barricaded themselves in the dining hall for four days).