This small town on Spitzbergan seems to be mostly a research town. The walk around the town doesn't take long. There is a statue/monument to Amundsen, the Post Office, the local shop which can take a while to navigate in and out if there is a large crowd, the airship tower used by Amundsen for his flight to the North Pole, a very small museum, the kennels for the huskies, the locomotive and carriages that were used in the coal mines and lots of wildlife. We only had a small group on our expedition ship so it didn't take too long.
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