geboren, in: Guachené, Caucas Kolumbien. Nationalität. Kolumbien. Größe, cm. Gewicht, 94 kg. Position, Innenverteidiger. Spielfuß, rechts. Heute kennt ihn in Kolumbien jeder, nicht nur in Guachene. Yerry Mina, 23 Jahre alt, ist der erste kolumbianische Profi in Diensten des. Yerry Mina, 26, aus Kolumbien ➤ FC Everton, seit ➤ Innenverteidiger ➤ Marktwert: 20,00 Mio. € ➤ * in Guachené, Kolumbien.
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The Industrial Investment Institute , together with Salinas Concession and the Colombian Society of Architects opened a contest for the design of the new cathedral, the winner of which was the project presented by Roswell Garavito Pearl  which included structural changes in the access tunnel and the dome.
In the construction of a new cathedral was undertaken, feet under the older one. This new Cathedral was inaugurated on December 16, Its various corridors and sanctuaries were achieved by making small but significant additions to the caves left behind by previous mining operations.
Four large cylindric columns represent the Four Evangelists. The cathedral has an electrical generator and access for vehicles to the inner space for emergencies only.
The cathedral is within a larger complex, Parque de la Sal Salt Park ,  which also includes a museum of mining , mineralogy , geology and natural resources.
The Salt Park covers an area of 32 hectares 79 acres. Visitors can observe pieces of art, depictions of the mining process, geology displays, educational exhibitions about environmental friendly mining and sustainable development.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Underground Roman Catholic church in Colombia. For the band, see Salt Cathedral band.
Universidad de Los Andes. Catedral de Sal. Cartagena Mompox. Puente de Occidente. Complejo Cultural de la Antigua Aduana. The region about the deposits is intensely tropical, characterized by excessive heat and high humidity, with a rank jungle growth that quickly obscures abandoned workings and makes exploration peculiarly difficult and costly.
The region in general is unhealthful; the natives suffer from tropical anaemia, malaria, dysentery, and other complaints incidental to the latitude.
Work in the mines, however, is reasonably safe owing to the excellent location of the workmen's quarters Fig.
As shown in Fig. The so-called Somondoco deposits marked Chivor on the map and those of Coscuez are important historically and enjoy the reputation of being very rich.
The other localities indicated are prospects merely, though locally known as minas. The total number of emerald localities in Boyaca has been stated to be , 4 but this figure is probably a rough approximation.
Outside of the Department of Boyaca, the emerald is not definitely known to occur in South America. About the year the Spaniards succeeded in finding the Indian workings nearby at the site of the present-day Muzo mines, 15 and then commenced active work and for some 15 years or more the output was considerable.
Its administration seems to have been singularly inefficient; excessive labor in the mines was imposed on neighboring tribes, a burden resulting in heavy mortality and serious depopulation of the region; dishonesty on the part of both workers and officials 19 still further lessened the output; and the galleries that were earlier worked were abandoned for open-cut operations, a change not immediately productive of results.
Ineffective mining continued to the middle of the 18th Century or thereabouts, when a disastrous fire terminated activities for a time.
Work was later resumed but prosecuted only in a desultory fashion until the success of the War of Independence in transferred the holdings to the new-born Republic.
The republican Government at the outset lacked the organization necessary for running the mines, but realizing their possibilities as a source of revenue, soon contracted for their private exploitation, the terms being 10 per cent.
It would be scarcely profitable, even if trustworthy data were available, to follow in detail the vicissitudes of the various arrangements made from to Operations have been totally suspended, however, since Jan.
The European War, in its effect on the precious stone market, precludes profitable exploitation in the immediate future. These rocks are compressed into great north-south folds and igneous phenomena are largely lacking.
Detailed Geology General. The emeralds are found almost entirely in calcite veins that traverse a black, carbonaceous, rather intensely folded formation consisting of thin-bedded shale and limestone Fig.
This emerald formation 29 lies discordantly 30 upon steeply dipping strata, barren of emeralds, composed of heavier beds of carbonaceous limestone intercalated with black shale, and called the Cambiado from the Spanish word cambiar, to change.
Between the emerald formation and the Cambiado and ever in close proximity to the plane of discordance are three rock types of great significance in furnishing direct evidence of the origin of the emeralds.
The Cambiado. This formation consists of beds of black, crystalline limestone, averaging in thickness about 25 cm. The limestone shows itself under the microscope to be composed of ragged, granular masses of calcite, inclosed in black carbonaceous matter, and carrying a few to many fragmental crystals of albite.
This rock in places grades upward into a phase in which albite predominates, the so-called albite rock described later; downward it grades presumably into albite-free limestone, but only the topmost few meters of the Cambiado are in any place exposed.
The Cama. The habit of the calcite, which occurs as unit rhombohedrons alone or modified by base, and as twins of the first-named form with as the twinning plane, probably reflects the temperature range of development.
The Cama in places shows plainly a connection with calcite veins both in the emerald formation above and in the Cambiado below. Some calcite veins in the latter have the peculiar calcite crystallization of the Cama.
The Cenicero. It is connected below with the albite rock, into which it locally grades, but unlike the Cama, shows no connection with the calcite veins traversing the overlying and underlying formations.
In a few places it was noted forming vein-like bodies in the emerald formation itself. The ordinary Cenicero is a crumbly, light-gray aggregate of crystals, chiefly of calcite, dolomite, quartz, and pyrite.
A typical specimen under the microscope shows the minerals noted as well-formed, fragmental, and rounded crystals, set in a fine-grained ground, difficultly resolvable, but probably mainly calcareous matter, stained with a little carbonaceous matter.
There are three more or less strongly marked phases of the Cenicero— dolomitic, pyritic, and baritic—the normal sequence upward being in that order Fig.
In addition, the lowermost part in many places is albitized, while the topmost portion is nearly everywhere connected with the emerald formation by the breccia phase just noted.
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Mildred Wickes. Ellen Nurse. Jump to: Actress Self Archive footage. Now another cross, from the other flank. Falcao again T rippier with an accurate freekick.
Maguire should have done better with the header across goal. K ane, nice pass, Lingard cannot control it. Better technique and he's away there.
D ier to Walker He's tried to play it back to the keeper and just dished it up for the Colombians. They break, this is a massive chance, it's out to Cuadrado on the right Wild and woolly shot.
D ele Alli is coming off. Eric Dier is coming on, the plan obviously being to bolster the central midfield. Q unitero, to Falcao. Good hold up play.
But the move flounders as, I think, Mojica makes a foul. Henderson heads clear. England can break. England think it's a pen A useful position for Kane is struck from the record due to offside.
Might as well blow for full time now and let them sort this out on Brighton beach with bicycle chains and flick knives.
I have no speech. L ingard gets a booking for a nibble at Carlos Sanchez. Colombia are a right mob, but don't kid yourself that England have been saints.
Henderson Neymared it up when that bloke got him with the head, and Maguire dived to try and get a pen. S terling with some gorgeous skill down the left, slips it to Young.
Whose cross is decent, but there is nobody there. Young got a knock as he crossed that. G ame is boiling over. Another booking.
It's Bacca, who has only been on as a sub for a few minutes, and he has fouled Stones. Good move from England, a ball to the back post and Dele Alli has missed the header from close range!
F alcao is booked for yelling at the referee, I think about the Maguire incident. A lmost zero actual football being played.
Ref whistling like an untended kettle, neither side is covering itself in glory with the niggly, sly fouls and the playacting.
S tones and Falcao tangle, the England man seems to have flicked a boot at Falcao's ear as he lay on the floor. Falcao, as you might imagine, makes a meal of it.
H e waits for the keeper to go and he mullers it straight down the centre. Well done Harry Kane. T hat is his sixth goal of the World Cup. T hree minutes have passed.
Come on Harry. A nd rightly so. The holding has been ridiculous. It's an absolutely clear penalty. They're partly protesting and they're partly trying to rattle Kane, and they are also using the opportunity to scuff up the penalty spot.
These guys are hilarious. A rias on 'Arry Kane. Fouled him. Barged the England man in the back and gets a yellow.
Excellent freekick. Young aims it at three England men rushing towards the back stick. D Sanchez again with a vital header.
L ingard plays it short to Alli but, to my eyes, his mobility is not right and he cannot gather the ball. He's easily dispossessed.
Gareth is going to have to change this, surely? I t's a dire start to the second period, I have to tell you. I t's the Colombians who have the ball at the start of this half.
C olombians have been trying to make this bitty and scrappy. The VAR man should have called the ref over to have a look and let the referee make the correct call, which is a red card for violent conduct.
I t is not a penalty kick because the ball is dead so the restart is a freekick. G areth Southgate gestured: "headbutt" at the officials.
Gary Neville: "That coach is a numpty for doing that. N ot a great half of football, you have to say, but it had its interests. England had the better of it.
They had that Ashley Young freekick on target and Harry Kane headed onto the roof of the net. Colombia have some very impressive defenders, Mina has got through a shift.
Hope Dele Alli is okay to continue. There's been a lot of shoving and pushing. One moment will get most of the analysis: an apparent butt on Jordan Henderson.
H alf time is being delayed, and I am afraid it is bad news for England fans: Dele Alli is coming off the pitch.
Not yet clear if he will be subbed off. England down to ten while they wait for half-time. E ngland with a useful cross, it drops for Lingard, whose shot over is lacking in technique and direction.
A good move from Colombia. Falaco who IS in fact playing this match despite what you might think and Arrias tee it up for Qunitero who hits the target, but tamely.