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Waste Quarry Of Blyava Pyrite Deposit 1
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Blyavinsky mine - a quarry, on basis of which in the mid-20th century, was built copper and sulfur plant in Mednogorsk. Now it's abandoned, the last bucket of ore out of it was got in 1972. At 12:27 p. m. on 16th of July, 2013.

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Tags: blyava; blyavinsky; mine; quarry; copper; sulfur; plant; mednogorsk; orenburg region
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