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Longyearbyen, the island where there is no place for dying

StarsInsider Logo By Stars Insider of StarsInsider | Slide 1 of 29: Plunged into darkness for 155 days a year, it's fair to say that the Norwegian town of Longyearbyen has never been the most comfortable place to live. But with climate change affecting the town to a disproportionate extent, life is becoming increasingly difficult for the residents of this beautiful little town. In this gallery, discover Longyearbyen, the fast-warming town in the world.You may also like:Royals caught off-guard

Longyearbyen, the island where there is no place for dying

Plunged into darkness for 155 days a year, it's fair to say that the Norwegian town of Longyearbyen has never been the most comfortable place to live. But with climate change affecting the town to a disproportionate extent, life is becoming increasingly difficult for the residents of this beautiful little town. 

In this gallery, discover Longyearbyen, the fast-warming town in the world.

You may also like:Royals caught off-guard

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