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Griotte is the geological name given to a type of marble. The marble is deep cherry-red in colour (Griotte is a French word meaning a Morello cherry, often flecked with small dashes of purple and/or spots and streaks of white formed by Goniatites. It is common in the south of France,and in the Pyrenees. It is sometimes known as Cannes Marble.

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