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Designated by Obama in the final weeks of his presidency last December, the site boasts iconic red-and-yellow sandstone structures, historic artifacts and petroglyphs carved into rock.
My last stop was Damaraland’s Mowani Mountain Camp, designed to blend in with the area’s trademark red sandstone boulders.
Here, within thick protective fortress walls made of limestone or sandstone or flint, the defenders could hole up for months.
Stay at the 10-month-old Anantara Jabal Akhdar, a 115-room resort that blooms from the fertile Saiq Plateau like a sandstone fortress with canyon views.
Built in 1935 as a WPA project, the 1,600-seat Mort Glosser Amphitheater is made from locally sourced sandstone.
The Forrest Cemetery Chapel and Comfort Station, also known as the Ruth Cross Memorial Chapel, were constructed of sandstone blocks quarried on Lookout Mountain in 1935 by WPA workers.
South Euclid was known in the early 20th century for its sandstone quarries, which had its origins in the lake.
The white, paste-like sludge that spilled is a normal byproduct of in-situ uranium mining, in which water mixed with oxygen and baking soda dissolves uranium out of underground sandstone deposits.
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