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These are the favelas, and they are almost a foreign country that maintains a state of cold war with Brazilian officials. The only contact most favela residents have with the government that theoretically represents them is the occasional "pacifying" police raid.
Most are not provided with basic services, and violence is the only currency that passes between the mafia-ruled slums and the central authorities. The people of the favelas are on their own, in other words, and they've built up their communities as colorful, crowded and utterly unique city-states that have held their own against a hostile world for decades.
By Richard Stockton. Like this gallery? Share it: Share Tweet Email. If your neighborhood is ever used as a Call of Duty map, you might want to consider moving. Welcome to Favela Nova Friburgo, where residents place rain-collecting tubs on the rooftops because water service is unreliable and expensive. Source: Wikipedia. Rio de Janeiro alone is home to over 1. Some of the larger neighborhoods sprawl over whole mountainsides and spill down into the lowlands. Source: Be Local. Source: The Guardian.
Soccer is absurdly popular in Brazil. The country hosted the World Cup, which was ironically the occasion for radical slum clearance in Brazil. Also, note that the fantasy depicted in the mural is of—another favela where kids are playing soccer, but with a slightly higher-quality ball. Source: Reuters. Brazilians lead a nation survey in reporting fear of their own police.
Nationally, more than 80 percent of Brazilians are afraid of being tortured if they get arrested. On the other hand, can you imagine how badass you'd feel riding to the police station inside one of those?