This 3 mile walking tour takes you near or through Denver's Auraria, Highland, and Lower Downtown (LoDo) areas. You'll learn all about the founding of the city and even see the locations of the original mining camps that brought people here searching for gold. We'll end at the newly restored Union Station, which has once again become a Denver hotspot.
I offer my tours in English, Spanish and French.This is a private tour cerified by the State of Colorado for private SUV tours. Let's explore Denver and the scenic beauty of the Red Rocks Park along with several mining towns. Imagine that Denver was once not long ago full of Cowboys and Indians who roamed the mud filled streets of Denver. Now market street and Larimer Square (the area where Denver was founded) is now several blocks of swanky restaurants and boutique stores. Leaving Denver we ascend to over 6400 feet when we visit the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater. In the park there are miles of hiking trails that are intertwined with sandstone cliffs. Rolling Stones had previously ranked Red Rocks the best musical venue in the United States.Onward, we will go up through several beautiful canyons past Evergreen and then upto Idaho Springs. From Idaho Springs we ascend to the old mining towns of Central City which once claimed to have the richest square mile in the world. .
Unique experience to discover, in detail and in detail, the history of the mining epic of the South West of Sardinia and in particular of the Sulcis Iglesiente. The guide helps you reach and organize your day by reaching the sites of interest by car or even by bicycle. Possibility to do small trekking or walks that reach the area of greatest interest and beauty.
FRED DIBNAH’S INDUSTRIAL COLLECTION Mills and factories; mines and quarries; iron foundries and steel works. Fred had a passion for Britain’s industrial past and he never tired of reminding us of the industrial genius that made Britain the ‘workshop of the world.’ Here he tells us the stories of Britain’s biggest industries as he takes us on a tour of his favourite industrial heritage sites. THE INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPE Fred was born in Bolton, Lancashire in 1938 and as a boy he fell in love with the decaying industrial landscape around him. It was a love that was to stay with him for the rest of his life. Fred paints a vivid picture of the Lancashire he grew up in before embarking on a journey around the industrial Britain of yesterday taking in Armley Mills in Leeds, North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish, Coldharbour Mill in Devon, Etruria Industrial Museum, Helmshore Textile Museum, Hook Norton Brewery, Quarry Bank Mill, Queen Street Mill in Burnley, Tees Cottage Pumping Station, Wetheriggs Country Pottery and Wigan Pier. RICHES BENEATH THE EARTH When Fred was a lad coal was king and Britain still had a flourishing mining industry. Mining and all the engineering that was involved always fascinated Fred – not just coal, but lead, tin, iron ore and all the riches from beneath the earth that provided the raw materials for our industrial society. Filmed on location at Big Pit National Mining Museum, Geevor Tin Mine, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, National Coal Mining Museum, North of England Lead Mining Museum, Scottish Mining Museum, Welsh Slate Museum and Wet Earth Colliery, Fred gives us his own unique and highly personal history of mining in Britain. IRON AND STEEL From Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire, often described as the cradle of the Industrial Revolution, to a modern forge in Sheffield, Fred takes us around the country to tell us about the history of iron and steel making and to have a look at some of the processes. Share Fred’s excitement and watch the sparks fly with him as he visits Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet, Independent Forgings and Kelham Island Museum in Sheffield, Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, Finch Foundry in Devon, Ironbridge Gorge Museums and Workington Steel Works.
North Tour Dortmund - Mining, panorama, harbour Exploring Dortmund's north areaThe Fredenbaumpark, the Dortmund-Ems-Canal, a miners' settlement on the Emscher, coking plants and mining grounds, the harbour...
Banska Stiavnica is a Slovak city which you can find on the list of UNESCO. And there is a reason why it is the part of the list- Banska Stiavnica is situated 2,5 hour from Bratislava but it offers unbelievable experience of history, open air mining museum and mint. Leap through time and experience medieval Slovakia.
In this gem city tour, we cover from A-Z of the gem industry including the mining, mining pits, sorting, cutting and polishing and gem auctions.You can hang out with the workers who work at gem mining and see how they work, take pictures and know about the their tips and tricks.And that's not all, we also cover some of the most iconic places in the area, including waterfalls and other religious places.
This activity is one the most interesting to do because we combine the mining experience and the rich history of the capital city of south Africa.Our guides are very knowledgeable,welcoming and with great smile.The tour offer a great opportunity to learn about the mining and to appreciate the value of diamonds.
Deep in the the eastern portion of the Colombian Andes in the department of Boyaca lies the town of Muzo, known as the world capital of emeralds. Take an amazing trip from Medellin and drive through the heart of the Colombian andes to this remote area. Cross mountain ranges, and streams. See amazing vistas and waterfalls and finally get the chance to talk with and photograph Colombian emerald miners known as "guaqueros" as they scour the riverbeds in search of emeralds. You can also pick up your own shovel and boots and try mining for your own emeralds! Truly a once in a lifetime adventure and completely different than any other trip you have ever taken. Trips are led by professional travel and wildlife photographer Jeff Cremer. Before moving to Medellin, Jeff worked as a photographer in the Peruvian Amazon for six years and has had his work featured in National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Wired Magazine and the BBC.