Welcome to Berezniki, the city swallowed by sinkholes
Berezniki, in Russia’s Ural mountains, is slowly disappearing into the ground. The industrial city, with a population of over 150,000, was built on top of a salt mine. Since the 1980s, huge craters have ripped the soil apart, gradually swallowing factories and offices, demolishing a school and tearing houses apart. A report by Radio Free Europe…
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Sure is empty down here...