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Travel through the mining-basin from a different angle ! Explore this incredible 3-D map !

In a world based on symbols, travel through the landscapes of the mining basin and decode the links between industry, towns and the rural environment !
And that’s not all ! Explore all ICI’s tourist routes and uncover their riches !

At the controls !

Nothing could be simpler than navigating through this astonishing region ! Move your mouse over the various places represented to reveal information about them. Are you looking for a particular town, place or slag heap ? Start your search by filling in the appropriate fields.
Use your mouse wheel or the map’s zoom controls ([ + ] and [ - ] to immerse yourself progressively. Move in even closer by switching to full screen !
Direct the camera horizontally and vertically as you wish, by moving your mouse while keeping the button depressed. If you don’t have a wheel, use the direction arrows on the map to direct the camera.
If you need help… The navigation help section can be displayed at any time by clicking on the [ ? ] at the bottom right-hand side of the map.

My routes

The "My routes" space is only available to Mobil’ICI users. It lets you look up your routes after a visit to the region and see the photos you took during your visit.
Would you like to find out more about this tool ? Go to the Visit/Tools section.
Go to the sites you visited to deploy your routes and explore the history of your visit ! Videos, photos, contributions, everything is there to extend your experience and to show to your family and friends.

Display problems ?

To display the 3-D map, download and install the free "Unity Web Player" plug-in by clicking on the link provided, then update the page.
Configuration required : Windows XP SP2 or higher / Mac OS X 10.5 or higher. 
Graphics card dating from 2004 or more recent (Shader Model 2.0, Fixed Functions Shaders, Vertex Lit Rendering). Under Windows, the 3D map is DirectX 9.0 compatible.
Outside these required configurations, we cannot guarantee that the map can be read properly.