Geology Tour of Denvers Buildings and Monuments.


Geology Tour of Denvers Buildings and Monuments.

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Explore Denver's history through the handsome stones used to build the city's landmarks. What better way to learn about rocks than to see some nice "exposures". Hand samples and road cuts are great but how about some nice polished samples!


Immerses the reader in the rich history of Denver's buildings and neighborhoods, exploring the city through entertaining walking tours. A geology tour of Denver's buildings and monuments with detailed descriptions of building stones. Highlights regional geology and Colorado's building stone industry. 96 page pocket sized book..
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