Las Medulas, gold mine of the roman empire, humankind heritage site
Northern Spain

This was the biggest gold mine of the roman empire, providing most of its gold from the 1st to 3rd century, when it was abandoned. The landscape has remained untouched since then, and was declared Humankind Heritage place by UNESCO

Copyright: Henry Alvarez
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Taken: 17/05/2008
上传: 06/08/2009
更新: 19/09/2014


Tags: medulas; gold; mine; roman; empire; humankind; heritage
  • Manuel Teles about 1 year ago
    Love it! Thinking in a visit and found this beautiful pano on googlearth. Tks Henry Alvarez!
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