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Karniowice travertine - Karniowice, Trzebinia, Cracow Region, Małopolskie, POLAND; Bedrock Age - Permian; Photo Copyright © Mateusz Wrona

Strzegom granite (Magma, deep-water rock) - It comes from quarry in Strzegom (Poland). Its colour is grey, sometimes slighty blue. Age of granite of Strzegom-Sobotka massif is assessed as on late Carboniferous and early Permian.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Strzegom granite (Magma, deep-water rock) - It comes from quarry in Strzegom (Poland). Its colour is grey, sometimes slighty blue. Age of granite of Strzegom-Sobotka massif is assessed as on late Carboniferous and early Permian.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Pinczow limestone (Sediment, carbonate rock) - It comes from Pinczak quarry, near Pinczow (Poland). The rock is white. Its occurrence is associated with the northern range of warm sea of the middle Miocene. It shows good thermo-insulating properties.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Basalt from Wolyn (Magma, pouring rock) - It comes from Janowa Dolina in Wolyn (Ukraine). It is black with dark blue tint.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Godulski sandstone (Sediment, debris rock - clastic) - It comes from Brenna, near Skoczowo in Cieszyn Country (Poland). Formed in the upper Cretaceous sandstone is green due to contained glauconite mineral, the amount of which can be up to several percent.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Gneiss (Metamorphic rock) - It comes from Pilawa Gorna in Lower Silesia (Poland). It is the most common metamorphic rock - formed as a result from high pressure and temperature of various types of rocks. Due to the different mineral composition the rock is of different colours.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Post-glacial erratic - It comes from Wladyslawowo (Poland). Polish erratics are pieces of magma rocks, metamorphic rocks or less frequent sediment rocks, brought by inland ice from Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea bottom.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Pieniny andesite (Magma, sub-volcanic rock) - It comes from Snoska quarry, at Wzar Mountain, near Czorsztyn (Poland). On fresh surface is it grey, on eroded surface it is beige, red-yellow or red. The rock is of Myocene age.; Photo Copyright © Piotr Zając

Gruboławicowe piaskowce kliwskie - Przysietnica, woj. podkarpackie, POLSKA; Photo Copyright © Mateusz Wrona

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