Lima is the saddest city

Lima is the saddest city

August 22, 2013

About four months a year, the sun leaves the seaside capital of Peru, leaving it under the oppressive sky and a gray haze, plunging the city into eternal twilight. Writer and sailor Herman Melville calls Lima "the strangest and saddest city you can see."

Barometers here often show 100% humidity, which provokes the occurrence in 9 million people of rheumatic diseases and diseases of the respiratory system. Dressed in dark clothing, people are immersed in seasonal depression.

This year, the winter in Lima has been particularly cold and wettest in the last 30 years.

1. Older women in a cemetery in Lima, Peru, August 12, 2013

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