|Barberton Makhonjwa Mountains||Barberton was established during the 1884 Barberton Gold Rush, and gold has been mined in Barberton nearly continuously since that time (AB ev)|
|Darien National Park||"An important bird watching site is located in the Cana Scientific Station in the centre of the park where there was once the Espiritu Santo Gold Mine (opened as a gold mine by the Spanish, the Cana mine produced gold continuously until 1727. This mine was later reopened by the Darien Gold Mining Company and operated until 1907, producing about 4 tons of gold)."|
|Forts and Castles Gold Coast||Originally built to profit from the gold trade. Elmina means "the mine".|
|Great Zimbabwe||"it was the principal city of a major state extending over the gold-rich plateaux" (OUV), "Its growth has been linked to ... the greater availability of gold in the hinterland of Great Zimbabwe." (wiki)|
|Kakadu National Park|
|Oaxaca and Monte Alban|
|Paraty and Ilha Grande||It was the terminus point of the Caminho do Ouro (Gold Route), along which gold from Minas Gerais was brought to Paraty for shipping to Europe (AB ev)|
|Roșia Montană||the site of extensive gold-mining during the Roman Empire|
|Ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and Songo Mnara|
|Ruins of Loropéni|
|Santa Cruz de Mompox||Gold trade and royal mint|
|Tr’ondëk-Klondike||"Klondike Gold Rush of 1896-1898" (OUV)|
|Vredefort Dome||Gold mining (1888-1920)|
|Zacatecas||The El Edén mine began operations in 1586 and principally produced gold and silver. (wiki)|
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