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In the late 1950s, Matsuo Mine was the third largest iron and sulphur mine in Japan. Described as a “paradise above the clouds,” the mining town was once considered luxurious with concrete apartment complexes, central heating, hospital, schools, and even a movie theater. After the mine shut down, the town was abandoned. The town is often covered by an eerie fog, which renders it barely visible.
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