The search for El Dorado
In the 16th century really great treasures were found with the Incas. Now Mexico is a country with more than 500 years of mining history. Mexico is one of the largest metal ore producers in the world, especially its silver wealth is well known. But there is also gold, copper, lead, zinc and molybdenum and about 40 other metal ores and minerals that are mined.
El Dorado used to be understood as a sunken city, a temple, a man or a gold country. Columbus had (re)discovered America and he heard about legendary treasures of the Aztecs, the natives who were the rulers of today's Mexico. When Hernandez Cortez from Spain docked near today's Vera Cruz, he was richly endowed with gold by the king of the Aztecs, Montezuma. The greed for gold began.
Today, many mining companies are active in Mexico and are producing eagerly. One company which is active in Mexico and which has Aztec in its name is Aztec Minerals. In Sonora, Aztec Minerals owns 65 percent of the Cervantes property, a promising porphyry gold-copper-molybdenum property. In addition, Aztec Minerals owns the previously producing Tombstone Project in southern Arizona, a high grade silver-gold-copper-lead-zinc project.
Another country that attracted great interest in the 16th century because of its wealth of precious metals is Peru. Inca kings ruled there. Here in Latin America, in Peru, Auryn Resources has three projects with gold, copper and silver: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/newsflash-with-gold-terra-resource-ximen-mining-and-auryn-resources/. Auryn Resources is also focusing on three other projects in Nunavut and British Columbia, Canada.
The latest company information and press releases from Auryn Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/auryn-resources-inc/).
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