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Ifanes Mining Field, Ifanes, Miranda do Douro, Bragança District, Portugal

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Name(s) in local language(s): Campo Mineiro de Ifanes, Ifanes, Miranda do Douro, Distrito de Bragança, Portugal
 
Tungsten mines.

Mining concessions:
No. 2831 Piçarras e Sartigalhos, registered on 15-07-1953
No. 526 Alto das Cidras, registered on 10-11-1911
No. 528 Malhadais, registered on 10-11-1911
No. 529 Pissarros no. 2, registered on 10-11-1911
No. 418 Carrascal da Breta, registered on 28-12-1906
No. 417 Pissarros, registered on 26-12-1906
No. 344 Fonte da Batalha, registered on 19-04-1902

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6 entries listed. 5 valid minerals.

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