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Mineral/Geology Museums in Slovenia


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Idrija Mine Museum
Rudnik živega srebra Idrija
IdrijaA UNESCO World Heritage Listed site. The mine Museum has a geological collection of over 800 samples of ore and minerals from the Mercury deposit.

Ravne na Koroškem

Podzemlje Pece, Tourist Mine and MuseumMežica,
Ravne na Koroškem
After its closure in 2004, the Mežica lead and zinc mine was turned into Podzemlje Pece, Tourist Mine and Museum which was nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award 2007. First notes about lead ore in this area are from 1424 and the first written sources about mining under the Mount Peca are from 1665. The ...
 
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