Granite Tips:

- Sep 02, 2016 -

Granite magma below the surface is a gel is formed of igneous rock, primarily composed of feldspar and quartz. Granite is hard, difficult or weathering are acid and alkali erosion, often used in building materials. Granite (Granite) the etymology of Latin GRANUM, meaning grain or grain. Granites are plutonic rocks, formation and development of common good, of mineral particles visible to the naked eye, hence the name.

Flower described the rock with beautiful markings, just or gang said the rock so hard, that is, has a flower-like markings at the hard rock.


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