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English: Gallery of a medieval mine dating from the 12th or 13th century. The mine produced silver and lead as by-product. Gallery being possibly main mine draining (Erbstollen). Location: Southern Black Forest, Germany.
Deutsch: Stollen eines mittelalterlichen Bergwerks um das 12. oder 13. Jahrhundert. Hauptprodukt des Bergwerks Silber, Nebenprodukt Blei. Stollen möglicherweise Erbstollen. Ort: Südschwarzwald bzw. Hochschwarzwald.
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Author Christian Rößler


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