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Cordierite from
Haveri mine, Viljakkala, Ylöjärvi, Western and Inner Finland Region, Finland

Locality type:Mine
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Strauss, T. A. L. (2004). The geology of the Proterozoic Haveri Au-Cu deposit, Southern Finland (Doctoral dissertation, Rhodes University).
Mineral Data:Click here to view Cordierite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Haveri mine, Viljakkala, Ylöjärvi, Western and Inner Finland Region, Finland
Nearest other occurrences of Cordierite
104.5km (65.0 miles) A Katuma, Hämeenlinna, Southern Finland Region, Finland
111.2km (69.1 miles) B Hirvikallio, Tammela, Southern Finland Region, Finland
123.0km (76.5 miles) C Tupala deposit, Somero, Southwestern Finland Region, Finland
157.7km (98.0 miles) D Salittu, Suomusjärvi, Salo, Southwestern Finland Region, Finland
166.5km (103.4 miles) E Tytyri mine, Lohja, Southern Finland Region, Finland
169.0km (105.0 miles) F Metsämonttu mine, Kisko, Salo, Southwestern Finland Region, Finland
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