It would not be wrong to say that many cities in the world are located in the uncomfortable locations. Their residents face a lot of problems on a daily basis. Some of them have high crime rates, while others have extreme weather. In any of the ways, such cities are left isolated, which means no one wants to go there. This is a list of world’s most #Isolated Cities in 2016.
Svalbard Archipelago, Norway
About 60% area of Svalbard Archipelago is covered with ice, The Richest says. This #Norway city has numerous glaciers and icebergs.
This is the reason it is unfit for travelers. Animals like Polar bears, reindeer, and seals are present in a large number in Svalbard Archipelago. If you want to visit this city, we recommend that you go there during the months of June and July. Reportedly, Norwegian authorities have limited the number of visitors to this town in 2016.
Madagascar is one of the most beautiful African cities. Unfortunately, this city is not suitable for travelers because of its high rate of crimes. Moreover, this town is home to some dangerous animals. If you have watched the movie Madagascar, you know this city has a large number of forests. It is surrounded by sanded beaches, and tall mountains. It is not a good fit for newly married couples. However, Madagascar is right for adventure lovers.
Sandhills is widely known as a flat of the US.
This city has no short of cornfields and farmhouses. This city came into being in 1904. Its population is quite low due to its flat terrain. Reportedly, the educated people of Sandhills prefer to move to other cities to pursue a career. This is one of the cities where the weather remains very hot.
Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada
#Canada is one of the best and well-developed countries in the world. Iqaluit is a Canadian city that is known for its low population of people. It has a suburb, Apex. Moreover, this city has only a few churches, and several residential blocks. Most of the people living here are Indigenous. If you want to come here for a job, we suggest that you choose another Canadian city.