At nearly 1,200 feet deep, the Tagebau Hambach open-pit mine is one of the biggest holes in Europe.
From The Archive
Bernhard Lang
No. 31  June 2016

Industrial Landscape

  

At nearly 1,200 feet deep, the Tagebau Hambach open-pit mine is one of the biggest holes in Europe.
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Aerial photographs of the Tagebau Hambach coal mine, Germany.
Aerial photographs of the Tagebau Hambach coal mine, Germany.

 

 

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