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Miniera di Raibl

Raibl Mine


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Location: Cave del Predil, 15km south of Tarvisio, near the Italian/Austrian/Slovenian border. Provincia di Udine.
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Classification:  Lead Mine  Zinc Mine Geological Lead Mine Museum, vitriol. Dolomitic limestone in contact with upper Permian limestones.
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Address: Miniera di Raibl, Dott. Pahor Claudio, Cave del Predil, Tel: +39-428-68257, Fax: +39-428-68257.
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Last update:$Date: 2014/07/21 08:10:23 $

History

 
14th ctythree mines active in the area, Emperor Philip the Nice conceeded a group of miners the permission to extract lead and zinc.
19th ctyproperty of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Earls Hanckel Von Donnersmarck, half and half.
1918after WWI area annected by Italy, Italian government assigns exctraction concessions to the Society Cave del Predil.
1953mine changes hand various times.
1963becomes property of Italian government, exployted by Azienda Mineraria Metallurgica Italiana (AMMI).
1965becomes property of Friuli Venezia Giulia government.
1976mine not profitable any more, plans to close it.
1978-1986mine conducted by SAMIM.
06-FEB-1991mine closed.

Description

Located in a narrow valley of the Julian Alps, the small village Raibl was always famous for its ores. After World War I the former Austrian town belonged to Italy, and is today called Cave del Predil. Nearby Predil Pass (Raiblpaß) is now the border to Slovenia. The village is surrounded by the the forest selva di Tarvisio and the impressive mountains Königsberg and Fünfspitze. The existence of the small village is completely dependent of the sucess of the mining.


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