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Registered member since 24th Jan 2008

Jan Čermák has uploaded:
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67 Locality Photos
 
I studied geology at Masaryk university (Brno, Czech Republic). In 2009 I get through the bachelor degree and continuing to masters degree. In 2013 I finished successfully masters degree.
Collecting minerals is my hobby since 1996. I like all type minerals but my favourite are quartz(mainly smoky quartz and amethyst), elbaite, galenite, calcite. I like collect in old mines, quarries, fields, caves. Most of my collection are samples from Czech Republic, but also from Austrian and Italian alps, Switzerland, Poland, Slovakia. Absolute majority self collected. If anybody can visit or want information about localities which I visited, just write me. I like change information about them, past the information about another localities.
Recently I started collecting moldavites. Moldavite is the most beautiful czech tektite. Sculptation, colour and shape is so much variable that every piece is unique. That's why I'm fascinated by them more and more

 

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