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Journey Description

Frühere britische Kolonie mit Namen "Swaziland" (von 1903 bis zur Unabhängigkeit am 6 September 1968). Im April 2018 wurde das Land offiziell umbenannt in "Kingdom of Eswatini."

4 Regionen: Hhohho, Lubombo, Manzini and Shiselweni. 1,72 Mio. Einwohner.


Bodenschätze: Steinkohle, Diamanten, Gold, Eisen, Zinn, Kaolin.

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Important: Before entering this or any other place of discovery you should have a permission of the operator and/or owner. Likewise it is to be respected that necessary safety precautions are kept during the visit.

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Minerals (Count: 28)

Rocks (Count: 9)

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Reference- and Source indication, Literature


  • Hunter, D.R. (1961). The Geology of Swaziland. Swaziland Geol.Survey and Mines Dep., 104 S. (reprinted in 1991).
  • Hunter, D.R. (1962). The mineral resources of Swaziland. Swaziland Geol. Survey and Mines Dep., Bull. No 2, 111 S.
  • Hunter, D.R., James, D.H., Urie, J.G. (1963). Swaziland Geological Survey and Mines Dep. Bull. No.3, xx S.
  • Hunter, D.R. (1966). Analyses of Rocks, Minerals, Ores and Water. Swaziland Geol. Survey and Mines Dep., Bull. No.6, 50 S.
  • Kroonenberg, S.B. (1978). Hand-out on rocks and geological history of Swaziland Geological Survey and Mines Department, Swaziland, xx S.
  • Barton, C.M. (1982). Geology and mineral resources of northwest Swaziland (Barberton greenstone belt). Swaziland Geol. Survey and Mines Dep., Bull. No.10, 97 S.


GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) V69PW6c4EU2W7a1Jxi19Ag
GUID (Global unique identifier) 5B4FAF57-38A7-4D11-96ED-AD49C62D7D02
Database ID 56774