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Mineral ShowsUral Mineralogical Festival

5th Jun 2019 19:02 BSTAlexander Uzhakov

Dear all. We are pleased to inform you about the Ural Mineralogical Festival, which will be held from July 3 to 21, 2019, in Yekaterinburg city, Ural region, Russia.

The festival program includes the following events:

- Yekaterinburg Mineral Show - The Regional Exhibition-Fair of Minerals and Russian Traditional Jewelry Arts

- Visiting the largest Malyshevskoe emerald deposit (emerald, alexandrite, phenakite, fluorite, euclase, etc.)

- Visiting the factory on processing and faceting of emeralds

- Visiting the unique crocoite mine

- Visiting the Lipovskoe tourmaline deposit (tourmaline, blue topaz, aquamarine, morganite, chrysoberyl, ruby, spinel, fire opal, etc.)

- Visiting the private amethyst mine, where the imperial amethysts are being mined, which are considered among the best in the world

- Visiting the famous Murzinka village and old mines of the 18th and 19th centuries for amethyst, blue topaz, heliodor, aquamarine.

- visiting the other mines for sapphire, emerald, demantoid, citrine, gold, platinum, etc.

- visiting the Ural State Mining University

- scientific conferences

- meeting with local geologists, prospectors, collectors, and jewelers

- master classes for the extraction of gems, and the making of mining tools, and cutting stones, etc.

- special program in 5 mineralogical museums

- folk celebrations, handicrafts fair.

Guests from abroad will receive presents and surprises.

The festival will be held during 3 weeks.

We invite you to attend this event one weekend, optimally 2-3 days, as you see fit.

If there is a need, we will assist you to obtain a visa.

Details, questions, information for guests, and applications -

Welcome to Russia.

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