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My name is Matthias Cairoli is a researcher and collector of Italian minerals from the age of 10 years. Passion has been handed down to me by my father.
I began to seek minerals in the Alps, where I honed my knowledge of geology and mineralogy, and then continue in the years to collect samples from around the world.
To date, my passion for minerals has been captured by a specific country, Romania.
Even Romania, where time has stood still at about 60/70 years ago, making you seem out of Europe to another continent.
Magnificent country, not just for minerals and geology varies so as to compete with countries far more famous, but also a fantastic nature, beautiful landscapes, people friendly and uncomplicated.
Fortunately, I can often go in this magnificent country.
The romania mineralogical terms, it can be classified as semi unexplored. This feature is now rare for Italy, is very common in Romania, with the possibility of Frequent imbatterrsi to places never beaten by hunters.

Who was in Romania to find samples and know whereof I speak of the charm that leaves.
Anyone wishing to share or have informazzioni of this country, do not scruple to contact me.


mi chiamo Mattia Cairoli sono un ricercatore e collezionista italiano di minerali dall'eta di 10 anni. Passione che mi è stata tramandata da mio padre.
Ho iniziato nel ricercare minerali sulle alpi, dove ho affinato le mie conoscenze di geologia e mineralogia, per poi proseguire negli anni a collezionare campioni da tutto il mondo.
Ad oggi la mia passione per i minerali è stata catturata da un preciso paese, la Romania.
Già la Romania, dove il tempo si è fermato a circa 60/70 anni fà, facendoti sembrare fuori dall'Europa in un altro continente.
Magnifico paese, non solo per i minerali e la geologia cosi varia da competere con paesi ben più rinomati, ma anche per una natura fantastica, paesaggi stupendi, persone semplici e cordiali.
Fortunatamente ho la possibilità di recarmi spesso in questo magnifico paese.
La romania sotto il profilo mineralogico, la si può classificare come semi inesplorata. Questa caratteristica ormai rara per l'Italia, risulta molto comune in Romania, con la possibilità frequente di imbatterrsi in luoghi mai battuti da cercatori.

Chi è stato in Romania per reperire campioni sa di cosa parlo e del fascino che lascia.
Chi volesse scambiare o avere informazzioni di questo paese, non si faccia scrupolo a contattarmi.


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