In which cities of the world against the law to die (photo)

In which cities of the world against the law to die (photo)

In these places state law above the physical.

How can you prevent dying? It would be logical to answer that it is impossible, because death does not depend on the desires or capabilities of the person. Nevertheless, there are on the Earth are places where the local law forbids to die. More precisely, you can die, but preferably outside the city and bury the bodies are also in a different place.

Forcing officials to make such a seemingly strange laws and where on the planet is officially not allowed to die, talk in our material.

The Island Of Itsukushima, Japan

The island of Itsukushima, known as Miyajima (Temple island), is part of the city, Hatsukaichi in Hiroshima Prefecture. The island is considered sacred, there are many ancient temples and shrines.

To maintain the cleanliness of the place, to the end of the XIX century it was forbidden to die and to give birth.

If necessary, the locals went for medical help in a nearby city. Still on the island, there is no hospital and the cemetery.

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Longyearbyen, which is one of the northernmost cities in the world, located on the Spitsbergen archipelago. Here since the 1950’s against the law to die.

And all because of the weather conditions: in the permafrost body could not decompose and are attracted to the city of wild beasts.

Those who are approaching death, is sent to the mainland of Norway to live out the last days and be buried outside of Longyearbyen.

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In 1999, the Spanish mayor of the southern city of Granada josé Rubio officially banned the death. This law was issued as a temporary measure. It was reported that the local cemetery is too crowded, and further guests disposal is impossible.

The law has forbidden residents to die, and advised “to take better care of your health and be patient” while officials will not find a new place for burials.

If they’ve found a new place — is unknown, but the law is still not canceled.

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The situation is similar in the French commune of Sarpourenx. In 2008, mayor Gerard LaLanne issued a decree forbidding the inhabitants to die on this territory, if not their own place in the overcrowded cemetery. The mayor noted that the law he took in protest against the decision of the French of the Federal court, which forbade him to expand the local cemetery.

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In 2005, officials in the Brazilian city of Biritiba-Mirim, located 72 km East of Sao Paulo, proposed to outlaw the death, because the local cemetery, as in the previous examples, was Packed.