Behind Closed Doors: Norilsk
Published time: 4 Apr, 2007 20:00 Edited time: 5 Apr, 2007 00:00
Norilsk lies in western Siberia beyond the Arctic Circle and is considered to be one of the richest regions for natural resources. The history of the city started in 1935 when the government of the Soviet Union set up labour camps there to develop the nickel field and to construct a copper-nickel industrial complex. Now Norilsk has a thriving development and much prosperity. Meet the people who reside in this Siberian city and discover its modern-day life in the Behind Closed Doors: Norilsk documentary.