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Al Fawakhir Gold mine as a Geosite, Eastern Desert, Egypt

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AbdelMaksoud, K.M. Al Fawakhir Gold mine as a Geosite, Eastern Desert, Egypt. Int J Earth Sci (Geol Rundsch) 109, 197–199 (2020).

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