This year, thousands will take a side trip to a giant hole in the ground in northern Minnesota that locals like to call “the GrandCanyon of the North.”
It’s not a natural wonder. It’s a panoramic collection of cliffs, ridges and valleys that have all been carved up by humans.
The Hull Rust Mahoning Mine on the edge of Hibbing is the second largest open pit iron ore mine in the world.
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