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Natural Stones Native to the State of Maryland…

Maryland is well known for its any natural stone quarries. These quarries are located all over this fine State and have produced some of the most commonly used paving stones in the country. These natural stones have also been responsible for some of the oldest building in Maryland and also shipped off to other States for various historical buildings.
The Gallery

Ellicott City Granite: this was first quarried in the late 18th century and was used for building the Basilica between 1806 and 1821. After 1892 this stone was used mainly for foundations and as a paving stone. This granite paving stone was used for both residential and commercial projects.

Maryland’s Igneous Rocks: in the Piedmont Plateau Province there are large quantities of hard, crystalline igneous and metamorphic rocks. In the eastern part of Bedrock there is schist, gneiss, gabbro and many other metamorphic and igneous rocks that have volcanic origins. These natural stones were used for building and paving applications.

 Granite on the outside wall of The Gallery. Rough “flamed” texture left; polished surface right Woodstock Granite: is a pinkish toned gray granite rock that is also very coarsely grained, which was quarried near the town of Granite in Baltimore, Maryland. This Granite was first quarried in 1832 and used up until the 1920’s. The applications for this stone started out as a monument stone and an external building stone. Nowadays it is widely used as paving stones, curb stones and for making bridges.

Baltimore Gneiss: is a wide selection of similar looking gneisses that have a variety of colors, textures and composition that were quarried along the Jones Falls and Gwynns Falls in the city of Baltimore, Maryland. It is said that the first building constructed in Baltimore in the 1700’s used this stone. It was also used for foundations, paving roads and curb stones. This stone also was given the term of “Blue stone”, due to its blue-gray coloring.

About Maryland, MD...

Maryland is located at the South Atlantic part of USA. It is also considered as part of Mid-Atlantic and Northeast part of the state. The location of Maryland in the state is North Pennsylvania, west of West Virginia, north and east by the Atlantic Ocean.

Maryland was named as one of the thirteenth colonies that revolted against the British ruling during America’s revolution. The postal abbreviation is MD and the associated press abbreviation is Md.

Flag of Maryland

The border it shares with in the center of Potomac is Washington DC. One of the states highest points is Backbone Mountain. This mountain is in the southwest corner of Garrett Country.

The main airport in Maryland is Baltimore- Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport { Friendship Airport was the name the airport was formerly given}. There are also two other airports in the region that are both in Virginia 1. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport {this airport was named in honor of USA president} 2. Dulles International Airport.

The climate does vary across the state. Depending on rainfall to a region and the proximity to the coastal waters. The eastern side of the state has more tropical weather and experiences higher temperatures to the rest of the state.

For more information go to The official website for the state of Maryland

Cities of Maryland

Aberdeen

Abingdon

Adamstown

Annapolis

Ashton

Baltimore

Bel Air

Beltsville

Berlin

Berwyn

Bethesda

Bladensburg

Bowie

Brandywine

Brunswick

Burkittsville

Burtonsville

Cambridge

Cape St. Claire

Catonsville

Centreville

Chesapeake City

Chestertown

Cheverly

Chevy Chase

Chevy Chase Village

Clinton

College Park

Columbia

Crisfield

Crofton

Cumberland

Damascus

Darnestown

Deal Island

Deep Creek Lake

Delmar

Denton

District Heights

Dundalk

Easton

Eldersburg

Elkton

Ellicott City

Emmitsburg

Essex

Fallston

Federalsburg

Frederick

Friendship

Frostburg

Fruitland

Fulton

Gaithersburg

Garrett Park

Germantown

Glen Burnie

Glen Echo

Glenmont

Grantsville

Greenbelt

Hagerstown

Hampstead

Hancock

Havre de Grace

Hyattsville

Indian Head

Kennedyville

Kensington

La Plata

Landover Hills

Laurel

Leonardtown

Lexington Park

Linthicum

Manchester

Middletown

Mitchellville

Montgomery

Mount Airy

Myersville

Nanjemoy

New Carrollton

New Market

New Windsor

North Beach

North Chevy Chase

Oakland

Ocean City

Ocean Pines

Olney

Owings Mills

Oxford

Oxon Hill

Parkton

Perry Hall

Perryville

Phoenix

Pikesville

Pocomoke City

Point of Rocks

Poolesville

Potomac

Preston

Princess Anne

Reisterstown

Ridgely

Rising Sun

Riverdale Park

Rock Hall

Rockville

Rose Haven

Salisbury

Severna Park

Sharptown

Sherwood Forest

Silver Spring

Smithsburg

Snow Hill

Solomons

Somerset

St. Charles

St. Mary's City

St. Michael's

Sykesville

Takoma Park

Taneytown

Tilghman

Towson

Trappe

Union Bridge

University Park

Upper Marlboro

Waldorf

Washington Grove

Westminster

Wheaton