Laver (ghost town)
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Laver is a ghost town located about 15 km southwest of Vidsel and 50 km west of Älvsbyn in Sweden which existed between 1936 and 1947. It was a mining community where copper was extracted. About 350 people lived there at most. The operations of the Laver mine ended on 4 November 1946.
- Alerby, Eva (1994). Laver: beskrivning av Sveriges modernaste gruvsamhälle under åren 1937-1947, med speciell tonvikt på skolan.
- Holmberg, Andreas; Korva, Niklas (2006). "Laver - orten som försvann" (in Swedish). Luleå University of Technology. ISSN 1402-1773. Retrieved 19 July 2010.
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