Recent Examples of cobblestone from the Web
With its array of cobblestones shipped in from Memphis, Gang’s exhibit promises to be a stirring example.
And ditch the high heels, which will not do well on the city’s many old cobblestone streets.
The committee, which included the president of the Kansas Historical Society, wanted to make sure the mural was done with historical correctness, right down to cobblestone streets.
There's plenty of shared history in both cities: cobblestone streets, historical guides dressed in period costumes, and centuries-old taverns where Revolutionary War stories abound.
After the luncheon, the Duke, Duchess, Princess and Prince took a walk together through Stockholm's cobblestone streets to the Nobel Museum.
Greenwald’s home is located on a dead-end cobblestone street, under a thick canopy of trees, a few miles inland from Ipanema Beach.
Alfresco Fire The family uses their Blue Ridge cobblestone fireplace to extend parties outdoors most of the year.
The slow parking zones are built on concrete blocks that resemble giant cobblestones, with sand in the gaps to drain rainwater.
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Origin and Etymology of cobblestone
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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