25 November 2011 Last updated at 15:35 GMT Help The village of Dazhdovnik in 
south-east Bulgaria is sitting on about 27 tonnes of gold, buried under the 
surrounding hills.

Residents have battled for several years against mining plans by the local arm 
of the Canadian company, Dundee Precious Metals.

But there are those who see potential economic gains - and note that the firm 
has modified plans considerably in response to local environmental fears.

Earlier this year the Bulgarian government granted the company 30-year mining 
rights to a 19 sq km area, and the environment ministry recently approved a 
document outlining the environmental impact of the planned mine.



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