The Egyptian city of Manshiyat Nasser is commonly known as the Garbage City because the location is used for disposal of all waste produced in Cairo.
All residents work in recycling, recovering as much as 90% of waste, which is more than any recycling company. In Gibsonton, a city in the American state of Florida, is home to retired circus workers exclusively. In their yards, there are no “ordinary” pets, but instead, elephants and monkeys roam. Auroville in India is known as the “perfect” city. The city has no money, government, or imposed rules, and all its residents strive for mutual harmony.