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El Trapiche, Coronel Pringles Department, San Luis, Argentina

Biotite
El Trapiche, Coronel Pringles Department, San Luis, Argentina

Photo: Marcelo O. Olsina
El Trapiche, Departmento Coronel Pringles, San Luis, Argentina

Colorful turistic town that follows a river on the mountains. Formerly it was a gold milling. "trapiche" is a spanish word that means the old machine powered by donkeys work.

Mineral List

Albite
Beryl
'Biotite'
'Limonite'
'Manganese Oxides
var: Manganese Dendrites'

Muscovite
Quartz
Schorl


8 entries listed. 5 valid minerals.

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