In the latest issue of U.S. magazine «Time» - a story about a new prison in the Norwegian Haldene, at the opening on 8 April was attended by King Harald V. Located on thirty acres of pine forest, a prison designed to stay in it 252 prisoners. Construction and equipment cost the Norwegian prison budget of 1.5 billion kronor ($ 252 million).
Standard chamber for prisoners is a room area of 12 square meters. meters, equipped with modern furnishings, LCD TV and a shower (2 meters). In the prison are a cultural center with a recording studio, rooms for art, a library, a conservatory, a sports center with a large hall for activities, and separate houses for long visits with relatives; room for school and laboratory studies, medical center and production workshops. The premises are decorated with works of art in prison, for the purchase of which was spent almost a million dollars. Regime prison in Haldene involves the free movement of prisoners through the territory.
"In the Norwegian prison system most importantly - respect for people and their rights" - said the director of prisons in Haldene Are Hoydal. "We do not see this as anything unusual."
Shared kitchen for 10-12 people and form shower room:
At the prison walls - by the famous Norwegian artist Dolka Lundgren:
The appearance of the prison in Haldene:
Employees and teachers educational center in the jail Halden.
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