Tsumeb.com: Mission Statement
Tsumeb.com is a not-for-profit, collaborative project with the goal of collating and sharing information relating to the famous Tsumeb Mine in Namibia, one of the most diverse and prolific mineralogical localities in the world. The site was launched on February 8, 2016 from which date interested individuals are invited to contribute by submitting verified information and high quality images relating to the mineralogy, geology, history and personalities that define this unique mineralogical occurrence.
Images used on Tsumeb.com are presented with the permission of the owner and/or photographer. Images may not be reproduced from Tsumeb.com without the express permission of the owner, photographer and/or Tsumeb.com management. Likewise, textual information presented on this site may not be copied without the permission of Tsumeb.com management; however, information may be quoted with appropriate citation or acknowledgement.Reproduction or use of the Tsumeb.com logo is prohibited without express permission of the Tsumeb.com management team.
A platform for submission of contributions will be added to the site shortly. In the meantime, please email all correspondence relating to this site to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tsumeb.com Management Team
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The Tsumeb Gallery is reserved for minerals of exceptional beauty or rarity, and for specimens that contribute something special to our wider understanding of Tsumeb. They have been selected for their information potential, but also simply for enjoyment.
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We will never know exactly when local tribesmen first worked copper from the "Green Hill", but here we explore Tsumeb's rich history as an operating mine and as a source of important mineralogical discovery.
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Beneath the surface of the Otavi Mountainland the ancient rocks are richly mineralised. In this section, we discover the geology of the region and what lies under the "Green Hill"
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Throughout its long working history, Tsumeb was a source of diverse and spectacular minerals. Even after the closure of the mine, re-examination of specimen material is leading to exciting new discoveries in the field of Mineralogy.
Learn about the diverse group of people – miners, managers, mineralogists, townsfolk, dealers and collectors – who have contributed to the Tsumeb story.
Browse our reference library to read more about Tsumeb, its people and the minerals, or visit one of our contributors via the link section.
For site related questions or comments, please feel free to send us a message. Please note that no specimens or artefacts pictured on this site are offered for sale through Tsumeb.com