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Kiruna: A Town Makes Way for an Iron Ore Mine

May 3, 2024

The world's biggest underground iron ore mine lies in northern Sweden. Now, more deposits have been found underneath the mining town of Kiruna and the whole city must relocate, via truck.

Schweden | Stadtansicht von Kiruna
Image: Johannes Frandsen/Regeringskansliet


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