The most unusual prison world
• The most unusual prison world
None of us would not want to end up in prison. All heard about the horrors taking place behind bars. But there are prisons, where prisoners are treated more than worthy, and they are interesting to spend leisure time.
The prison island Basta, Norway
In this prison no barbed wire, no cruel overseers. Notorious criminals live in their own houses. On the territory there are several beaches, tennis courts, sauna. We all have a job in which prisoners should be from 8:30 to 15:30. Every day, the prisoners receive a salary in the amount of $ 10
Prison Suomenlinna, Finland
Prison lightweight mode, which sends slightly guilty to citizens by law. They are engaged in cleaning the territory of the historical monument and support the fortress in order.
Her Majesty Prison Wandsworth, England
The prison offers education and educational courses, signed a contract with Amersham and Wycombe College. In prison, there are two gyms and a sports hall. In a large prison chaplains are priests of the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, Mormon faith and Jehovah's Witnesses. The most interesting - prisoners have their own radio station
Halden Prison, Norway
Each cell has its own living room with a plasma TV. So the prisoners can attend gyms, play football, even record a song in a recording studio
Prison Cordillera, Santiago, Chile,
In this prison, the inmates have personal bathrooms, tennis courts, a barbecue area and a swimming pool
Prison Aranjuez, Spain
Here prisoners can live together with their families, children living in prison with their parents until the age of three, and then they are sent to their relatives.
The prison in Jessup, Maryland
Here, prisoners are taught knitting
Prison Cebu, Philippines
Leaders of the prison said that the prisoners rehabilitation should take place with the help of choreography. Rollers dancing inmates of this correctional facility became a hit on the Internet, and, within the Philippines, some of the prisoners have already become stars.