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La Norvegia vuole restringere i suoi confini per fare un regalo

lunedì, 21 dicembre 2015

LONGYEARBYEN, NORWAY - JUNE 21:  Midnight sun reflects off the face of ridges on the West Coast of Spitsbergen on the morning of Midsummer on June 21, 2008 in Longyearbyen, Norway. Longyearbyen is the seat of Norwegian local administration in Svalbard, 620 miles south of the North Pole. It was founded in 1906 by the American John Munroe Longyear who started coal mining here, something that has been an important part of the history ever since. Three important mines currently work on Svalbard. Longyearbyen was only opened for general tourism in 1990 and is a haven for eco-tourists who come to see the abundant polar bears, seals and whales. Svalbard consists of a group of islands ranging from 74? to 81? North, and 10? to 35? East, thus making it the northernmost part of Norway. It boasts the world's northernmost Church, Museum and higher education facilities.  (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

La Norvegia ha deciso di cambiare i suoi confini o, almeno di provarci. Il motivo? Vi sembrerà assurdo, ma vuole fare un regalo alla vicina Finlandia. Nello specifico vuole regalare […]...

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