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    1. Rio Tinto (river) - Wikipedia

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      The Río Tinto (Spanish pronunciation: [?ri.o ?tinto], red river or Tinto River) is a river in southwestern Spain that rises in the Sierra Morena mountains of Andalusia. It flows generally south-southwest, reaching the Gulf of Cádiz at Huelva.

    2. The Rio Tinto river - Top places in Spain

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      Rio Tinto. The Rio Tinto is a river in Andalusia, Spain. It originates in the Sierra Morena mountains and flows into the Gulf of Cádiz in Huelva. The site along the Rio Tinto river is full of copper, silver, gold, iron and other minerals. Due to the site being heavily mined for those minerals over ages since the ancient times the river is full...

    3. Rio Tinto (Red River) – Palos de la Frontera, Spain ...

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      Considered the birthplace of the Copper Age and Bronze Age, the river is tinted red from 5,000 years of mining. Originating in the Sierra de Huelva mountains of Andalusia, in the town of Nerva, Spain’s “red river” runs through the southwestern region of the country. For approximately five thousand years, copper, gold, silver and other minerals have been mined along the river, with dissolving iron giving it a …

    4. Rio Tinto River and Mining Park, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain ...

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      Yes, the Rio Tinto River and Mines are truly amazing. Just another of the features one can enjoy while visiting this area in Spain that is so close to Aracena and La Casa Noble.

    5. Rio Tinto, Spain (Red River) - YouTube

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      Jul 29, 2016 · The Río Tinto (red river) is a river in southwestern Spain that originates in the Sierra Morena mountains of Andalusia. It flows generally south-southwest, reaching the Gulf of Cádiz at Huelva.

    6. Rio Tinto, Spain

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      Spain's Rio Tinto is characterized by deep red water that is highly acidic (pH 1.7—2.5) and rich in heavy metals. Over 5000 years of mining pollution have contributed to the river becoming an extreme environment, although the presence of chemolithotrophic organisms, such as iron-oxidizing bacteria and sulfur-oxidizing bacteria, are thought to be the true culprits to the river's condition.

    7. Rio Tinto (Spain) - microbewiki

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      The Rio Tinto is a river in Southwestern Spain. It is a total of 100km long and flows from the city of Pena de Hierro out to the Atlantic Ocean in Huela. The waters of the Rio Tinto flow red due to a high concentration of ferric iron. The river is known as an extreme environment due to its low pH and high concentrations of heavy metals.

    8. Rio Tinto: the River, the Mine and the Corporation Still...

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      Nov 05, 2015 · After Rio Tinto purchased the mining rights to large portions of copper-rich southwest Spain in the late 1800s, the English mining corporation named itself after the river that flows out of the area, which contained one of the largest pyrite (pyrite = “fools’ gold” = iron disulfide [FeS2]) sulfide deposits in the world.

    9. Rio Tinto and the Mines | Natural History Magazine

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      Rio Tinto and the Mines The long-dormant site of Spain’s first environmental protest in 1888, revisited. ... The Tinto River is more like a spreading lava flow than a free-running river. Murky clouds of sand and silt rise from its depths. ... once the biggest open-air mine in Europe. Rio-Tinto mines, Huelva, Spain, 2011. Vicky Azcoitia.

    10. History - Rio Tinto

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      The Rio Tinto (Red River) mines in Spain, dating back to about 750 BC and once supplying the civilisations of ancient Greece and Rome, were sold by the Spanish Government to a British-European syndicate led by Scottish entrepreneur Hugh Matheson.

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