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GEOLOGIA • 2009 • Tom 35 • Zeszyt 2/1 • 313–322
A variety of travertines can be found in the architecture of Krakow. The Polish traverti-nes (Holocene) are quarried in the Silesian-Cracow Monocline, and have found their applications in sepulchral-sacral architecture. Their equivalents brought from outside Poland are used as polished decorative stones. The most popular are: the Italian Daino Reale (Neogene) and the Classico Romano (Holocene) and the Iranian Azarshar Red (Pleistocene). All of them display stromatolite structures and oncoides.fatcat:alk6puydxngitjytsj576jdoou