Antioquia Gold is focused on searching out mineral and resource opportunities in Latin America, and in particular Colombia. Antioquia Gold, Inc. was formed through the amalgamation of AM-VES Resources, Inc (a private resource company held by ten mining professionals) with High American Gold, Inc. (a public junior mining company de-listed in 2003). Exploration is underway at Cisneros, the company's initial project, which is located geologically on the Antioquia Batholith near the town of Cisneros in the Department of Antioquia.
Antioquia Gold Announces Expansion of Guaico Mineralization at Cisneros Project
Antioquia Gold Receives Encouraging Results from Phase I Program at Guayabito Deposit
Antioquia Gold Continues to Discover Gold-Bearing Structures at Cisneros Project
Antioquia Gold Continues to Expand Mineralized Structures at Guayabito Deposit
Antioquia Gold Discovers Second Vein System at Cisneros Project
Antioquia Gold Extends Guayabito and El Bolo Structures at Cisneros Project
Antioquia Gold Makes Significant Progress at Cisneros Project
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