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A simbol of Chilean copper production, the town of Chuqicamata in the North was abandoned in 2004 due the contamination aroun it. All the dweller were moved to Calama city. Chuqui, as everybody calls the place, remains silent and empty. People is allowed to visit it once a week. Even if they have a pretty better life in Calama, many of them still miss the old little town were they have born and grew up.

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A simbol of Chilean copper production, the town of Chuqicamata in the North was abandoned in 2004 due the contamination aroun it. All the dweller were moved to Calama city. Chuqui, as everybody calls the place, remains silent and empty. People is allowed to visit it once a week. Even if they have a pretty better life in Calama, many of them still miss the old little town were they have born and grew up.

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Author: Lorenzo Moscia
Date created: 15 May 2011
Dimension: 3026x4054
File size: 1.9MB
City: Chuquicamata
Country: Chile
Keywords: mina, cobre
Copyright: Lorenzo Moscia/Archivolatino


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