Teutonia mine

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Teutonia mine
General information about the mine
Information about the mining company
Start of operation 1856
End of operation unknown
Funded raw materials
Degradation of iron
Geographical location
Coordinates 50 ° 57 '35.7 "  N , 7 ° 6' 39.4"  E Coordinates: 50 ° 57 '35.7 "  N , 7 ° 6' 39.4"  E
Teutonia mine (North Rhine-Westphalia)
Teutonia mine
Location of the Teutonia mine
Location Alt-Refrath
local community Bergisch Gladbach
District ( NUTS3 ) Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis
country State of North Rhine-Westphalia
Country Germany
District Bensberg ore district

The Teutonia mine is a former iron mine in the Bensberg ore district in Bergisch Gladbach . The site belongs to the Alt Refrath district . Due to a Mutungssgesuchs of 22 March 1856 was carried out ceremony of the mining area on 12 November 1856 called Teutonia on Eisenstein. The Teutonia mining field ran from Halbenmorgen via Beckershäuschen to Vürels . The point of discovery was in the area of ​​the Mohnweg School. There are no longer any clear traces. Nothing is known about the operation of the mine.


  • Herbert Stahl (editor), Gerhard Geurts , Hans-Dieter Hilden, Herbert Ommer : The legacy of ore. Volume 3: The pits in the Paffrath Kalkmulde. Bergischer Geschichtsverein Rhein-Berg, Bergisch Gladbach 2006, ISBN 3-932326-49-0 , p. 77 ( series of publications by the Bergisches Geschichtsverein Rhein-Berg eV 49).