This is an extreme journey to the limit, where the photographer has paused to take a look at one of the most singular city in the world. Norilsk, situated near the Arctic Circle, was built by prisoners from the Gulag (forced labour camps). A mining city of 170,000 inhabitants, today it is the seventh most contaminated city in the world....
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