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Nome, Alaska – Where Gold Seekers Go Today

Nome, Alaska – Where Gold Seekers Go Today

About 100 years ago, the town of Nome, Alaska, was a busy place with a population of more than 20,000, most of them gold seekers. Today, fewer than 4,000 people live here and prospecting for gold is no longer the main occupation. Still many come to this town with a golden past hoping to find a share of the precious metal. Natasha Mozgovaya visited Nome.VOA NEWS

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