Here are how different prisons look like from different countries of the world.
Some are in poor conditions, some are in a way that you’d commit some crime in order to stay in.
Do you know how many people are being held in prisions?
Over 10.35 million individuals.
Bored Panda has collected photos of cells from all over the world.
We have chosen the most interesting prison cells in order to show you how different the penal institutions throughout the world are.
Just scroll down to see more.
Bordeaux Prison, Montreal, Canada
HM Prison Dartmoor, Princetown, England
Rikers Island Prison, New York, United States
Bois D’arcy Detention House, Yvelines, France
El Buen Pastor Women’s Prison, Bogota, Colombia
Neve Tirza, Ramla, Israel
UN Detention Unit, Outside The Hague, Netherlands
Evin Prison, Tehran, Iran
Quezon City Jail, Quezon City, Philippines
Otago Corrections Facility, Milburn, New Zealand
Haiti’s Civil Prison, Arcahaie, Haiti
Oslo’s Skien Prison, Oslo, Norway
Cebu Provincial Detention And Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC), Cebu, Cebu Province, Philippines
The Las Colinas Detention And Reentry Facility, Santee, California
Landsberg Prison, Landsberg Am Lech, Germany
The Maula Prison, Lilongwe, Malawi
Champ-Dollon Prison, Geneva, Switzerland
Penal De Ciudad Barrios, Ciudad Barrios, San Miguel, El Salvador
Black Dolphin Prison, Sol-Iletsk, Russia
HMP Addiewell, Lothian, Scotland
Onomichi Prison, Onomichi, Japan
Norgerhaven Prison, Veenhuizen, Netherlands
Halden Prison, Halden, Norway
San Diego Medium-Security Women’s Prison, Cartagena, Colombia
Luzira Prison, Kampala, Uganda
Aranjuez Prison, Aranjuez, Spain