Mountain crystal


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See also: Mountain

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The project is one of the largest mixed-use developments in Sokhna, featuring a diverse array of facilities including the world's first manmade mountain crystal lagoon & Egypt's first base camp by adventurer & mountain climber Omar Samra.
The region was rich in minerals, construction materials, gold, mountain crystal, silk, granite, mercury, limestone, harsh stone, traver tine, mineral water, and healing herbs.
His trademark octagonal floor plans are reminiscent of a cross-section of a mountain crystal, and he often adapted rooflines to the image of nearby mountain ranges.
Stones such as mountain crystal, ophite and coneline, and the usual amethyst, ruby and emerald have been used for the jewellery.
Spend time in the hotel's spacious leisure centre with herbal saunas, a mountain crystal grotto and a Japanese room