With the following article, I would like to present one of the deposits we were visiting, the former mine of Bujiger. Especially in the 80ies and 90ies, there was an intense fluorite mining going on in this area. Aside of the central part of the mine, we could discover a new vein with fantastic deeply green coloured fluorite crystals. The crystals are formed as cubes and they stick out with their wonderful colour. Some of them have a strong zonal colouring which leads at some of the specimens to interesting phantoms. The cubes were found up to a size of 8cm. An interesting fact is the existence of bigger and smaller crystals of the same generation next to each other. The surface of the fluorites is usually of a good quality. In a small are we could find very gemmy crystals up to 2,5cm. A lot of crystals show a strong levelling.