2 MYSTERY of ABANDONED VILLAGE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN

MYSTERY of ABANDONED VILLAGE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN

In 2007, it was brought back to life. “Arcticugol” turned it into a tourist destination. Walls were repainted, the interior upgraded, they one of the buildings into a hotel, and built a new power plant. A couple of years ago, they even built a museum.

You could reach the Pyramid by boat or snowmobile from Longyearbyen, the administrative center of Norwegian Svalbard province. There are not too many guests, but from time to time the 30 people who live in the village all year round, get work.


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2 Responses to “MYSTERY of ABANDONED VILLAGE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN”

  1. john dudley says:

    Those people that live there should get alot of support from the Russian government, they are trying to keep a piece of history a live, good luck friend’s.

  2. Werg 34 says:

    Very interesting place and wonderful scenery. Thumbs up for maintaining this historic location!

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