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Dubie, Dębnik-Dubie area, Krzeszowice Community, Kraków District, Małopolskie, Poland

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Name(s) in local language(s): Dubie, Rejon Dębnik-Dubie, gmina Krzeszowice, powiat krakowski, małopolskie, Polska
Calcite-brucite marbles (predazzite) and Mg-skarns formed by contact metamorphism of Devonian dolomites at the Dębnik anticline and permian porphyry.

Carboniferous andesite dyke

Lewandowska, A. and Rospondek, M. (2002): Thaumasite - a rare mineral containing Si(OH)6 2- groups from Dubie (the Dębnik anticline, S Poland). Mineralogia Polonica, vol. 33, no 1, 25-34.

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