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The Most Depressing City On Earth

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1:34 also there one city there I left owwwwwtttt
Creepiest thing is the size of the cemetary of the town
Most towns in America are depressing oppressing repressing.
I live in the Netherlands and everyone I've met was so happy,greatful and joyful :)
i'm from russia and live in city where has built first aromic power station ,and that city depressing
Я живу в Норильске, и мне очень нравится мой город(пожалуйстазаберитеменяоисюдамнестрашноятакбольшенемногу)
Northern cities are the most amazing places on earth I think
Thanks, man. I finally knew there are many beautiful places right now.
The fact that the guy who made and published the video is still liking the comments. Nice
Most industrial cities are depressing. Building blocks mixed with factory buildings from 70s or even 50s.... Just a look of it makes me depressed.
Russia has to be the most miserable country in the world. No wonder they have to drink so much Vodka
In Greenland there's only 50000 people live and more than 50 people suicide and 200 plus cumitet suicide
Похуй , даже дверь открыта.
Most depressing city in world must be a Norwegian city, I have never came a cross more cold hearted people then in no Norway/boring country. Everyone that read this avoid Norway go to Denmark or somewhere else, Norway is the last soviet state where most of the population are to ignorant to see the truth, in Norway you are being told all the time how great the country is etc even the media does the same, Norway is best bla bla bla, but the day I started travel around the world I have realized Norway is far away from being best, sorry Norway but I gave up the citizenship... citizen of a free country called Denmark! Hey
The whole country of Russia is depressing..😭😭😭
Стыдно за свою страну!
HEy, i Live in russia and i don't think it's dePressive
North Korea !

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.