Alexander Nubia International
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Alexander Nubia International (TSX.V: AAN) is a Canadian precious and base-metal explorer and developer focused on the
advancing mineral exploration projects in the Eastern Desert of Egypt  (which is located within the Arabian-Nubian Shield).
It has offices in Toronto, Canada and Cairo, Egypt. It is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange.
The company holds two mineral concessions, Abu Marawat covering an area of 1,027 square kilometers and the Fatiri
covering an area of 1,745 square kilometers. The Abu Marawat Concession was previously controlled by Centamin  and
was subsequently awarded to Alexander Nubia as part of the international bid round. The concessions are located in close
proximity to excellent infrastructure (near to railway, seaport, high tension electricity grid and the major cities of Qena and
Within the Abu Marawat Concession are several different deposits representing different geological environments.
1. Abu Marawat: a mesothermal gold-copper vein deposit
2. Hamama: a volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit
3. South Miranda: a copper-gold porphyry deposit
4. Semna: a sheeted gold-bearing quartz vein structure in granodiorite deposit
5. Sir Bakis, Massaghat, Zeno and Bohlog: a gold-rich quartz vein deposit
The company focuses on two principal deposits, Hamama and Abu Marawat. 
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