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MINA FELISA

Last Updated: 13th Feb 2015

By Jose Miguel Sola Fdez.

MINA FELISA

Esta mina esta situada en la parte oeste de Sierra Alhamilla, dentro del término municipal de Rioja, Almería, Spain. Explotaba filones de oxidos de hierro con barita, mediante un sistema de galerias a varios niveles, siendo el mineral mayoritario el hematites terroso.
Minerales:
Hematites, Barita, Malaquita, Azurita, Calcita, Bournonita, Clorargirita, Lepidocrocita, otros sin identificar.

This mine is located in the western part of Sierra Alhamilla, in Rioja, Almería, Spain. Operated veins with barite iron oxides, through a system of galleries at various levels, with the majority mineral earthy hematite.
minerals:
Hematite, Baryte, Malachite, Azurite, Calcite, Bournonite, Lepidocrocite, Chlorargyrite, others unidentified.




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