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Halda Maximilian / Heap dumps of The Mine Maximilian, Spania Dolina (SVK)

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Spania DolinaThe old mining settlement

Spania Dolina lies in the southern part of Low Tatra Mountains close to the town of Banska Bystrica in Central Slovakia , 782 m above the sea level. The exact date for the birth of the village is not known but copper ore was mined here long before Christ. Such was the wealth and quality of its natural resources that in the medieval times, the place became known as the " copper metropolis of Europe

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A: halda šachty Maximilian

Par Skeyemap, s.r.o., à 60 mètres

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B: Spania Dolina -The old mining Settlement in Slovakia

Par Cibula Vincent, à 120 mètres

Nad kostolom / Above The Church.Spania Dolina lies in the southern part of Low Tatra Mountains close ...

Spania Dolina -The old mining Settlement in Slovakia

C: The Church Stairway in Spania Dolina (SVK)

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Covered stairway to the church. / Kryté schodisko do kostola Premenenia Pána na Španej Doline.Spania ...

The Church Stairway in Spania Dolina (SVK)

D: Spania Dolina -The old mining settlement

Par Cibula Vincent, à 150 mètres

Next to The Church / Blízo kostola.Kostol Premenenia Pána na Španej Doline.Spania Dolina lies in the ...

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E: Špania Dolina kostol

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F: Church in Spania Dolina

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Spania Dolina lies in the southern part of Low Tatra Mountains close to the town of Banska Bystrica i...

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G: Špania Dolina

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H: Spania Dolina -The old mining Settlement in Slovakia

Par Cibula Vincent, à 190 mètres

Pod kostolom / Under The Church.Spania Dolina lies in the southern part of Low Tatra Mountains close ...

Spania Dolina -The old mining Settlement in Slovakia

I: Spania Dolina - centrum

Par Skeyemap, s.r.o., à 190 mètres

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J: Špania Dolina - cisárska štôlňa

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Text by Steve Smith.

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