Introduction to Sandstone,elzy of Sandstone

elzy of sandstone

elzy (German: Schelesen) is a village and municipality in Mlnk District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. Tourist attractions include the Devil's Heads, sculptures from the first half of the 19th century carved in the sandstone above the town

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Architecture and description of sandstone

The church is built of grey rubble with dressings of Old Red Sandstone. The style is Perpendicular. The building comprises a nave, chancel, porch and a double bell gable. The interior contains a "fine baroque monument" to Charles Hughes of Trostrey Court, who died in 1676. The church is a Grade II* listed building.

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Hilton Brook of sandstone

The Hilton Brook or Sutton Brook is a tributary of the River Dove in Derbyshire, England, and is 26 kilometres (16 miles) long. Like many watercourses in the area, it has multiple names, often being named locally after the village it flows past

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Enekbatus bounites of sandstone

Enekbatus bounites is a shrub endemic to Western Australia.

The spreading shrub typically grows to a height of 0.3 metres (1ft). It is found along the west coast on hilltops in the Mid West region of Western Australia between Geraldton and Northampton where it grows in clay soils over sandstone.

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Christ Church (Rochester, New York) of sandstone

Christ Church, in Rochester, New York, is a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester. It is located at 141 East Avenue.

The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

The church is a large Gothic Revival style building made of "rock-faced red Albion sandstone". It sports buttresses and flying buttresses.

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Maritime Plain of sandstone

The Maritime Plain is a physiographic province of the larger Appalachian division. The Maritime Plain runs around the coast of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia from the south shore of Chaleur Bay and includes Prince Edward Island and the Magdalen Islands. The Kouchibouguac National Park lies in the New Brunswick lowlands, part of the Maritime Plain.

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Burg Schnburg of sandstone

Schnburg Castle is in the municipality of Schnburg 4.5 kilometers east of Naumburg at the heart of Federal Republic of Germany in the State of Saxony-Anhalt. It has been proposed by Germany for inscription in the List of World Heritage.

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North Gaulton Castle of sandstone

North Gaulton Castle is a sea stack off the western coast off the Orkney main island. It is formed from the red sandstone of the area and is about 165 feet high. It was climbed in 2017 by four climbers using a Tyrolean traverse.

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Haardt of sandstone

The Haardt is a range of wooded, sandstone hills in the state of Rhineland Palatinate in southwestern Germany. The range is some 85 kilometres (53mi) long and lies within the Palatinate Forest (Pflzerwald). Its highest point is the Kalmit, near Maikammer, which stands 673 metres (2,208ft) above sea level.

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Drakelow, Worcestershire of sandstone

Drakelow is a hamlet in Worcestershire, England. It is one of the ancient townships of the manor of Wolverley, whose extent was similar to that of the modern civil parish of Wolverley & Cookley. It is located approximately 1 mile (1.6km) northwest of Wolverley and the same distance southwest of Blakeshall.

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Congregation of sandstone

In 1991, the congregation of Victoria Park parish Church united with that of Balshagray Parish Church, forming the Balshagray Victoria Park congregation, whilst retaining use of the Balshagray Church building. The 'New' Victoria Park Church building was demolished in 1993, the old church having been demolished in the 1960s to make way for the Clyde Tunnel.

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Rolfson House of sandstone

The Rolfson House near Livingston, Montana was built in 1900. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

It is a tall one-and-a-half-story stone house, built by stonemason Martin Rolfson. Its walls are built of squared sandstone blocks about 9 by 12 by 36 inches (0.23m 0.30m 0.91m) in size, from a quarry on the property.

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Arthur Tavern of sandstone

Arthur Tavern is a historic inn and tavern building located at Arthur in Oswego County, New York. It consists of a 2-story main block, three bays wide and four bays deep, with a 112-story wing. It is constructed of grey sandstone and built around 1838.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 14, 1991.

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Hauxwell Hall of sandstone

Hauxwell Hall or Hawkswell Hall is a grade II* listed 17th-century country house in West Hauxwell, North Yorkshire, England, some 5 miles (8 km) south-west of Catterick.

It is built of coursed sandstone, part rendered, and ashlar, with Welsh slate roofs. The main range is a 17th-century, 3-storey block with a 5-bay frontage, flanked by 18th century 2-storey wings.

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Brockville, New York of sandstone

Brockville is a hamlet in the town of Murray in Orleans County, New York, United States. It is named after Heil Brockway, a native of Clinton in Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States. The small settlement is located approximately 0.

75 miles east of Hindsburg and was largely settled due to the opening of Medina Sandstone quarries in that vicinity

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Euphorbia rowlandii of sandstone

Euphorbia rowlandii, the Levuvhu euphorbia, is a succulent member of the spurge family native to the Soutpansberg region in South Africa, and southeastern Zimbabwe. It is a medium-sized, monoecious shrub with multiple spiny blue-green photosynthetic stems. The species is superficially similar to E. waterbergensis, and is named after the Levubu River

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Brachyrhinodon of sandstone

Brachyrhinodon is an extinct genus of sphenodontian from the Triassic of Scotland. It is related to the tuatara, the only member of its order that is not extinct.

Brachyrhinodon is known from the sandstone quarries near Elgin, and is one of the Elgin Reptiles.

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Catchment of sandstone

The brook drains a catchment with a geology consisting of mainly Mercian mudstones and Siltstone, but with some Sandstone and Shales in the upper reaches. Hilton Brook has an area of 103 square kilometres, and has been designated as main river by the Environment Agency from Longford to its confluence with the Dove.

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Keefe Row of sandstone

Keefe Row, at E. 22nd St. and Evans Ave. in Cheyenne, Wyoming, was built in 1892. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

It is a row of nine one-and-a-half-story brick residences. All are built on rusticated sandstone foundations.

They were designed by Cheyenne architect J.P. Julien.

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History of sandstone

Francis Eyre of Hassop Hall built the original chapel between 1816-17. The Eyres had lived at Hassop since the 15th century and were prominent local Catholics. The architect, Joseph Ireland, worked for many Catholic families in the Midlands but few of his buildings survive.

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Cutbank of sandstone

CutBank is a literary journal. Cutbank may also refer to:

Cutbank, Saskatchewan, unincorporated hamlet in Loreburn Rural Municipality No. 254, Saskatchewan, Canada

Cutbank River, tributary of the Smoky River in western Alberta, Canada

Cutbank Sandstone, member of the Lower Mannville geologic formation in southern Alberta, Canada

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List of mountains and hills of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains

This list of mountains and hills in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains contains a selection of mountains, hills, crags and foothills in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains that straddle the German-Czech border also referred to as Saxon-Bohemian Switzerland.

The key to abbreviations in the table is given below.

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Reston Group of sandstone

The Reston Group is a Silurian to Devonian lithostratigraphic group (a sequence of rock strata) in the Southern Uplands terrane of southern Scotland and northernmost England. The name is derived from Reston in the Scottish Borders. The rocks of the Reston Group have also previously been referred to as 'Lower Old Red Sandstone and Lavas'.

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Milton Ness of sandstone

Milton Ness is a coastal landform along the coast of the North Sea approximately two miles south of the village of Johnshaven, Scotland. This headland feature includes a red sandstone cliff formation. Certain prehistoric features are found in the vicinity of Milton Ness, including the Stone of Morphie located somewhat to the west.

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Gleadless War Memorial of sandstone

The Gleadless War Memorial is a Grade-II listed war memorial located on Hollinsend Road at Gleadless, Sheffield. The statue, which depicts a life size sandstone British soldier dressed in a First World War uniform, was put in place during the 1920s.

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Geology of sandstone

Sandstone and mudstone of the Brawley Formation accumulated between 1.1 and 0.60.5 Ma in a delta on the margin of an arid Pleistocene lake. It is in the San Jacinto Fault Zone area, including in the San Felipe Hills.

FossilsIt preserves fossils from the Pleistocene Epoch of the Quaternary Period, during the Cenozoic Era.

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St David's Church, Trostrey of sandstone

The Church of St David, Trostrey, Monmouthshire, Wales, is a parish church with its origins in the 14th century. Its founder may have been Geoffrey Marshall, Lord of Trostrey Castle. The church was substantially rebuilt in the 16th century and restored by John Prichard in 18761877. It remains an active parish church.

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Depositional environment of sandstone

The only paleoenvironmental interpretation based exclusively on specimens from the Santiago Formation is a study of land snails from SDSNH locality 3276 (Member C, Oceanside, San Diego County), which found the distribution of shell sizes and shapes to be consistent with interpretations of subtropical to tropical conditions and paleotemperatures in excess of 25C (77F).

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Enekbatus cristatus of sandstone

Enekbatus cristatus is a shrub endemic to Western Australia.

The open and sprawling shrub typically grows to a height of 0.3 metres (1ft). It is found on sloping sand plains in the Mid West region of Western Australia around Northampton where it grows in sandy-gravelly soils over sandstone.

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Ecological protection of sandstone

Termit is home to the Termit Massif Reserve, a 700,000 hectare faunal reserve established in 1962 to protect endangered antelope and Addax populations.

In 2006, the government of Niger applied to UNESCO to have the Termit Massif area named a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Endemic species of sandstone

Some of the important fauna found in the reserve include:

Oryx gazella - gemsbok

Psammobates oculifer - serrated tortoise,

Typhlosaurus lineatus subtaeniatus - Striped blind legless skink,

Scelotes limpopoensis albiventris - Limpopo burrowing skink,

Colopus wahlbergii wahlbergii - Wahlberg's Kalahari gecko

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Partial cast of sandstone

Nancy Carroll as Nora Clegg

George Murphy as Carl Brent

Raymond Walburn as Charlie

Arthur Hohl as Jergens

Jean Dixon as Mae Waters

Robert Allen as Joe

Harry Beresford as Mr. Clegg

Paul Harvey as Sandstone

Lucille Ball as Lucille

Eadie Adams as Singer

Claudia Coleman as Francine

Gino Corrado as Waiter

Adrian Morris as Pigface

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Castle of Amer of sandstone

The Castle of la Punta de Amer (Spanish: Castillo de la Punta de Amer) is a 17th century fortification located in Sant Lorenzo des Cardessar on the island of Mallorca. The sandstone structure was built in the late 17th century, and is now a protected site.

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Harrison Grist Mill of sandstone

Harrison Grist Mill, also known as Morley Grist Mill, is a historic grist mill located at Morley in St. Lawrence County, New York. It was built about 1840 and is a rectangular random ashlar, cut sandstone building with a simple gable roof.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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Van Riper of sandstone

Van Riper is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Charles Gage Van Riper (19051994), speech therapist

Jacob J. Van Riper (1838?), American lawyer and politician

Paul Van Riper (born 1938), retired Lieutenant General of the United States Marine Corps

Paul Van Riper (19162014), political scientist

Peter van Riper (19421998), artist and musician

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Allocasuarina gymnanthera of sandstone

Allocasuarina gymnanthera, commonly known as the mallee sheoak, is a species of Allocasuarina genera native to Australia.

The dioecious shrub or small tree typically grows to a height of 2 to 5 metres (7 to 16ft). It is found in low open woodland on sandy soils over sandstone ridges in eastern New South Wales

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Hohe Loog (Haardt) of sandstone

The Hohe Loog, is a mountain, 619mabovesea level (NN), in the Haardt, the eastern rim of the Palatine Forest in Germany. The mountain lies within the borough of Neustadt an der Weinstrae in the southern part of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate

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Ascent of the summit of sandstone

The hill may be ascended from the railway halt of Schmilka in the Elbe valley along a red-signed hiking trail that runs past the Kaiserkrone, through Schna and Neue Sorge to the Wolfsberg. It is possible to continue along the path through the forest to the Groer Zschirnstein

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Key of sandstone

The abbreviations used in the table (in alphabetical order) are:

NP National Park Saxon Switzerland National Park and Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Nrodn park esk vcarsko)

NSG nature reserve with area in hectares(ha) or square kilometres(km) and year of foundation

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Monroe County Courthouse (Wisconsin) of sandstone

The Monroe County Courthouse in Sparta, Wisconsin is a historic courthouse built in 1895, designed by architect Mifflin E. Bell. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

It is Richardsonian Romanesque in style.

It is a three-story red sandstone building with a hipped roof attic.

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