Rocks around Europe!
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Pamukkale Thermal Pools


The Pamukkale thermal pools in Turkey are a fascinating site to see in Europe. The pools are made of a sedimentary rock called White Limestone. Pamukkale means cotton castle in turkish. New deposits of calcium carbonate give the site an intresting white appearance. Limestone is a sedimentary rock that is formed from remains of sea creatures such as shellfish and corals. Sedimentary rock is formed by ice, wind or water in horizontal layers (beds). Most sedimentary rocks are formedfrom weathered rock that has been deposited from erosion.
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the Seneca Rocks

they are One of the best-known scenic attractions in West Virginia and it is also a very popular challenge for rock climbers
Metamorphic rocks are created by rocks that have been transformed into another kind of rock.

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The Half Dome

On March 28, 2009, a large rock slide of 1,500,000 cubic feet and it damaged a large part of the Half Dome.
The top of Half Dome is a large, flat area where climbers can relax and enjoy a nice rest.
the dome is made out of granite which is Igneous rock and are created when molten rock cools and gets solid.