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Cananea Copper Mine (Mexico)


One of the largest open-pit copper mines in the world, the Cananea mine produced over 164,000 tonnes of copper in 2006. The mine is located approximately 40 kilometers south of the border between Arizona and Sonora, Mexico.

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Historic Photographs Of Cananea
Historic Photographs Of Cananea (1 photo)
Last updated July 2nd 2012 by carnkie
Photographs Of Cananea
Photographs Of Cananea (1 photo)
Last updated December 21st 2008 by carnkie

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