LUNÍK IX OF KOŠICE, SLOVAKIA
In this town, basic amenities are scarce and people are without employment. With a population of over 8000 people which was intended for 2,500 only, Lunix has the lowest standard of living ever known to mankind due to poverty and disease.
The population of Lunix increased due to a Roma suburb demolition in 1979. In 2013, this town was named the European Capital of Culture and it received a total sum of £51.
Despite the fact this money was spent on raising the standard of living of the residents, most of the people still live in poverty to the extent of not being able to pay for water bills.