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basalt rocks mining techniques in oman

basalt rocks mining techniques in oman

Feb 27 2018 · Do you know that an 800 million year old rock is available in Oman for all of us to have a look at it The Oman Geological Society is displaying of some of the unique stones discovered in Oman and on display at Muscat International Book Fair On display is an eight hundred million year old granite rock “It is part of igneous rocks

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