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The day of old stones

It always falls on January 7th every year.

The rocks have been important throughout history and have been used extensively for them (instruments, musical instruments, ornaments, building materials, and fossils are also celebrated, but only a tiny part of the plants and animals have passed through the fossilization process and are preserved as fossils.) People have always been collecting fossils, including pieces of rock and minerals that have long replaced the remains of organisms or retained their external appearance.

Fossils are fossilized and non-starved remnants and imprints other than recent organisms, their traces and faeces. Fossils are rocks and minerals (petroleum, coal, fossil resins - amber).

The aim is to learn something new about fossil and other old rocks, whether they are dinosaurs or fossils of trilobites, gems, coal or minerals that make up our planet.