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Ru?chi?a (Croatian: Ruica; Serbian: ?; Hungarian: Ruskica márvány; German: Ruschitza) is a reddish, pinkish or white marble found in Romania.[1] The marble deposit is located in the north of Cara?-Severin County, about 10 km northwest of the village of Rusca Montan?, in the Poiana Rusca Mountains.

Ru?chi?a marble mining was done in the shape of a turned-over bell between 1884 and 1960. Nowadays the extraction is made in descending horizontal slices.

References

  1. ^ Cetean, Valentina (April 2013). "Ruschita Romanian marble - 130 years of official exploitation and 130 m depth of architectural beauty around the word". EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts. 15: EGU2013-12869.



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