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Bergkristallgruppe vom Péz Regina, Lumbrein

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The famous crystals of Péz Regina are among the largest groups found in the Alps to date. One of the two large rock crystals weighs 950 kg and is exhibited in the Casa d'Angel in Lumbrein.

Description

In 2003, the local spotlights Alfons Derungs and Michael Flepp brought two large groups of rock crystals to light. After three years of salvage work, the large chunks were recovered from a crevice at Pèz Regina. The find brought a lot of attention and the lucky spotlights were able to exhibit all over Europe at the most important mineral exchanges. A rock crystal group was even shown at the World Exhibition in Japan.

One group was sold and the other was fortunately brought back to the valley. It has been exhibited in Lumbrein since 2011. Opening hours Casa d'Angel

The energetic mutations indicate that the crystal lacks the "soil", the rooting. Nevertheless, the crystal shines strongly at the current exhibition venue. Rock crystals have strong cleansing and healing energies.

(Source text: Book Places of Magic)

Book available from: Surselva Tourismus AG, Info Val Lumnezia, Palius 32 D, 7144 Vella
Tel. 0041 81 931 18 58, vallumnezia@surselva.info

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