Big Hole, noun phrase

A vast man-made excavation in the city of Kimberley (Northern Cape), formerly the Kimberley Diamond Mine, but disused since 1914.
1925 E. Prov. Herald 24 July 8The Prince made an unofficial visit to Kimberley’s ‘big hole,’ 1,700 feet deep.
1990 Weekend Post 23 June (Leisure) 3Our three-day safari included a four-hour stop-over at Kimberley to view the Big Hole and museum.
A vast man-made excavation in the city of Kimberley (Northern Cape), formerly the Kimberley Diamond Mine, but disused since 1914.

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