This is Kiruna: How to Move a City

Moving Kiruna, the world's 2nd largest municipality, in the world's biggest urban transformation?

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+4 1. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

Can I move there too? :D :D :D
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+3 2. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

Too cold for me, and I wouldn't enjoy days when the sun doesn't rise for months at a time. I bet they sell a lot of SAD lights. :squirrel:
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+7 3. camoga commented 2 years ago

I am so jealous of that community of how they seem so organized with big business and locals working together.
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+1 4. UglyBastard commented 2 years ago

#3 "Sweden" and "organized" are synonyms :)

I'd like to live there 8-)
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0 5. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

If I would speak the language, I would move there, like their whole approach to things...and snow I love..
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-1 6. sux2bu commented 2 years ago

From the title I thought they were moving all the buildings to a new and safer location. In reality only a very few important structures will be relocated ; most of the 1100 buildings will be demolished and the people will have new businesses and homes built or buy a house that is in a safer area. I guess since there would be no town if the mine was shut down the people gladly accept the move as necessary .