The top 10 places to die, according to the World Health Organization, include:Auckland: New ZealandThe capital of New Zealand, Auckland, has the highest death rate among big cities in the world.
There are only three ways to walk the city, but most people die from falls, traffic accidents, accidents, or other causes.
Auckland’s population of 2.7 million is the second highest in the country behind the capital of Paris.
The city’s main train station is located on the waterfront, which has an area where people gather to watch the sun set over the harbour.
People are encouraged to walk on the busy roads on weekends and holidays, but many are not.
Binghamton, New YorkA popular vacation destination in New York, Bristol is home to the world famous Broadway show, The King and I. The city has an annual average of 963 deaths per 100,000 residents, according to the WHO.
As with many cities, the city’s crime rate is higher than its population.
In 2016, there were more than 100 murders per 100.000 residents.
If you want to experience the city in its fullest, take the subway or the subway express to the heart of the city.
Bristow, West Virginia The US capital is a hub for West Virginia industries, including coal, oil, and steel, and a hotbed for urban development.
Its population of 8.3 million has been rising rapidly since the 1960s.
It has a murder rate of 7.8 per 100k residents, but the city is home to more than 6 million people.
With more than 60,000 buildings, the city is a city of people.