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Assunção Mine, Aldeia Nova, Ferreira de Aves, Sátão, Viseu District, Portugal

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Name(s) in local language(s): Mina da Senhora da Assunção (Várzea e Valdeireiras), Aldeia Nova, Ferreira de Aves, Sátão, Distrito de Viseu, Portugal
Beryl-bearing granite pegmatite.

Filão pegmatítico com berilo
Mineralizações principais: quartzo, feldspato, berilo
Morfologias: filão; rochas encaixantes: granitos
Geologia local: granito porfiróide; geologia regional: granitos monzoníticos porfiróides tardi a pós tectónicos relativamente a F3
Concessões: 3462, C21
LNEG/Siorminp id 395QzFlBe

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