Prisons, jails and correctional facilities.|
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|Located northeast of Moscow.||03/21/2006||532|
|Located northeast of LA.||03/20/2006||431|
|ASHWORTH HOSPITAL is a high secure psychiatric hospital which provides care and treatment to the highest standards for mentally disordered patients who need a safe environment because of their dangerous, violent or criminal tendencies.|
Among Ashworths patients is Ian Brady who killed 5 people and burried them on the Sadleworth Moors in Manchester.
|and Uniten Nations Detention Center. It's here UN warcriminals are located at trial||03/13/2006||952|
|This is the site of the royal Naval Detention Quarters which is attached to both the main Naval Dockyard and Barracks It was known throughout the Royal Navy & Royal Marines as DQ's or Deek's and was used for the more serious breaches of Naval Law It was said that this was the toughest millitary prison in the UK It was staffed by both Naval & Marine Personel I am not sure if it is still in used ...||03/01/2006||885|
|Cluster of 3 prisons at Parkhurst on the Isle of Wight||02/26/2006||404|
|This is California State Prison San Quentin. The orange dots near under the placemark are prisoners||02/22/2006||991|
|The prison of Osny.||02/14/2006||379|
|The famous Attica Prison in Attica, NY where the 1971 riot over 4 days took place.||02/09/2006||387|
|New Yorks famous prison in Ossing.||02/05/2006||868|
|Horseroed open prison in northern Sealand.||02/04/2006||368|
|The former military prison El Matorral which has now been transformed into a detention camp for illegal immigrants and which is located right beside the airport. The inmates are kept there for 40 days before they are either deported back home or to mainland Spain depending on their country of origin. Never yet have journalists been allowed to enter the building.||02/04/2006||568|
|One of Germanys most famous prisons. Fuhlsbuttel or Santa Fu in Hamburg.||02/02/2006||588|
|The Millbank Prison (Millbank Penitentiary) opened in 1816 and was designed to house 1000 inmates. It was closed in 1886 and demolished in 1890. The Tate Gallery (now Tate Britain) was built on part of the site that it occupied, opening in 1897.
|Prison where Egon Olsen allways end when he was caught by the police in the movie series Olsen Gang (Olsen Banden)||01/29/2006||903|
|Slaughter that left 111 dead ones|
Police intervention to contain rebellion, in 2 of October of 1992, was known as Slaughter of the Carandiru.
|Built on an old railway marshalling yard, Whitemoor prison is a maximum security prison for men, first opened in 1992.|
It houses around 500 prisoners including IRA terrorists and some of the UK's most dangerous criminals.
Five IRA prisoners famously made an armed breakout attempt from Whitemoor in 1994. All were captured.
It is one of eight high sec...
|The oldest prison in Slovakia. It's capacity is for 804 arrested people. It was builded as a fortress in 1699. It includes the cinema with 208 places and the library with 13000 book items now.||01/11/2006||690|
|The biggest jail in Brussels||01/09/2006||557|
|The locations of jails of the former Eastern German Secret Service (STASI) are of general interest. STASI was a cruel governmental organisation, involved in abuse, torture and killing of many people.||12/29/2005||438|
|The locations of jails of the former Eastern German Secret Service (STASI) are of general interest. STASI was a cruel governmental organisation, involved in abuse, torture and killing of many people.||12/29/2005||376|
|a prison in Carabanchel, near Madrid||12/29/2005||402|
|a prison in Valdemoro, near Madrid||12/29/2005||867|
|The prison of Soto del Real in Madrid||12/29/2005||761|