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Karelia Beryl Mine pegmatite, Kännätsalo, Luumäki, Southern Finland Region, Finland

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Name(s) in local language(s): Luumäki Beryllilouhos
 
Gem mining, strongly etched prismatic crystals of yellow, green, and pale blue gem beryl. Also known for a 100 kg smoky quartz crystal.


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25 entries listed. 17 valid minerals.

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References

- Lyckberg, P. (2004): Ein Neufund phantastischer grüner Edelberylle aus Luumäki, Karelien, Finnland. Mineralien Welt 15 (6), 38-45
- Lyckberg, P. (2006): Miarolitic pegmatites of the Viborg rapakivi granite massif, SE Finland with special attention to the green gem beryl producing Karelia Beryl Mine pegmatite at Luumäki, Karelia. Norsk Bergverksmuseum Skrift. 33, 87-107

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