Gold worth billions of dollars is buried in the ground in this country

Gold worth billions of dollars is buried in the ground in this country
In the 14th century, the royal family of Rome extracted gold from Iov u Prahe. It is said that a large area of ​​Prague city has been prepared from the gold extracted from here. In the building of Charles University made of gold, only the gold extracted from here has been used.

The Czech Republic is considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Many people also cherish the dream of visiting this country of Europe. In this Czech Republic, now the talk of gold buried in the ground has come to the fore. According to a report, a town here, Iow U Prahe, which has a population of just 5,000, has gold worth several billion dollars buried in the ground. This city has a great contribution in making the country's capital Prague prosperous. Now this city can change the picture of the world if it wants.

In the 14th century, the royal family of Rome extracted gold from Iov u Prahe. It is said that a large area of ​​Prague city has been prepared from the gold extracted from here. In the building of Charles University made of gold, only the gold extracted from here has been used. The regional museum located in the town still gives its guests a chance to get gold.

This is the only museum in the world where people can filter the gold themselves and take it home only through entry tickets. There is a pond in the museum and tourists visiting here can filter the sand of this pond. Bright gold particles are found in the sand. Whoever gets the piece can take it with him. But from an industrial point of view, gold mining has stopped here since 1968.

According to the museum's geologists, there are about seven tons of gold around Iov. Four grams of gold are present in one metric ton of iron. According to Yan, even today there can be profit from gold digging. Then why is gold not being mined? The environmental and historic city will have to pay a heavy price to extract 7 tonnes of gold worth 20 billion euros. According to experts, very little gold will be found without using toxic cyanide.

Many local residents have a second opinion. They think that one day Iov's gold mine will reopen, with residents believing that if this happens, Czech Republic gold will be used instead of South Africa. Several kilograms of heavy gold pieces were found in Iov many years ago. A ball-shaped piece is also kept in the local museum. Even today, many people in Iowa go to tributaries of the Szawa River to filter gold.

There are many gold mines in the Czech Republic. According to an estimate, about 400 metric tons of gold is buried in the country's soil. All efforts have been made to restore gold mining since 1990 but all these efforts have been unsuccessful. Such efforts were either not supported by the government or were opposed by the local residents and administration. In 2020, state-owned mining company Dymo surveyed the mines of Slate Hori in the north of the country. Dymo director Ludvik Kaspar told Czech news agency CTK that the geological survey would last three years and based on its results it would be decided what to do with Slate Hori's gold deposits.

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