Las Vegas, Sevilla
Las Vegas is the most dangerous place from “Las tres mil viviendas” in Sevilla. Considered an unsafe area from the very beginning, it´s building was finished in 1977 and was meant for those living in nearby shanty towns. Ten years after being delivered, many buildings had none of their original services, like water or lifts, because all their engines had been stolen. They are a clear example of what is known as "vertical slum”. Unemployment rate is of 90%. An apocalyptic landscape where fecal waters and drugs control the overall scenery. Firemen, postmen and civil servants do only get in with police escort.