Where Is Marble Found?

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Marble is a rock that is found in Spain, India, Italy, France, Belgium, Greece, and Great Britain. It is formed from limestone and is used in monuments, in building, and in art.
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Large reserves of marbles are found in Baluchistan, the largest province of Pakistan area vise. White and black marble is exported from Pakistan to many countries.
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Fossil fuels are a type of petroleum that is located deep within the Earth. Fossil fuels are used to provide forms of energy for modern day society. They are mined in the Earth's
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Marble is found in mountainous areas. Marble is used for flooring, countertops, and sculptures. Most of the marble mined is found in the United States, Italy, Spain, Mexico and China. You can find more information here: http://www.flooringguide.com/how-to/stone/ss002_i.php3
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