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Noir de Golzinne
Noir de Golzinne is the only Belgian black marble (see Noir Belge) that is still exploited today. It is named after the quarry in the Belgian town of Golzinne near Gembloux in the Walloon Region. "Noir de Golzinne" is also the name of the geological vein that is currently exploited in nearby Mazy. The names "Mazy" and "Golzinnes" are often used simultaneously.
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