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South Africa

22Mar 2017

Descend Into The World’s Deepest Gold Mine

As the world’s deepest manmade hole, the depth of the Mponeng Gold Mine is almost mythical. Located south-west of Johannesburg in South Africa, the mine descends 2.5 miles below the Earth’s surface—enough to stack 10 Empire State Buildings on top of each other. This doesn’t include the 236 miles of tunnels throughout the mine, which is longer than the New York subway.