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Marleen De Ceukelaire and Eric Groessens (2012)

Marbles in the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences

In: Abstract book - Moving plates and melting icecaps - Processes and Forcing Factors in Geology, ed. by Geologica Belgica, pp. 263.

Belgian marbles are very famous. They represent a variety of colors with different kinds of red, grey and black. Most of these marbles are represented in the collection of the GSB – RBINS as a heritage of the world exposition in 1897. Some of them are also used in the institute in floors and stairs and can be the reason of an interesting visit.
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