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Mineral/Geology Museums in Sweden

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Ädelfors mineral- och gruvmuseum
Ädelfors Gruvmuseum
HolsbybrunnPart of the collection builds on the Bielke Collection from 1700 century. Nils Adam Bielke (1724-1792) Swedish State councillor, Field Marshall and Count. It encompasses 7000 samples divided into 5350 catalogue numbers. 500 are oriental precious stones, 70-80 are ornaments and tool. About 600 polished marbles ...
Museum of evolution
UppsalaThe mineral collections housed in the Museum of Evolution date from 1750, when the first professor in chemistry Johann Gottschalk Wallerius was installed at Uppsala university.
Naturhistoriska riksmuseet och Cosmonova
Museum of Natural History
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