Limestone is usually associated with Hills and Downlands and occurs in regions with other Sedimentary Rocks, typically Clays.

Commonly used in architecture, especially in Europe and North America, Limestone is readily available and relatively easy to cut into blocks or more elaborate carving. It is also long-lasting and stands up well to exposure. 

However, it is a very heavy material, making it impractical for tall buildings, and relatively expensive as a building material. Despite this it is a popular material and its use is widespread.

Limestone has a wide range of diverse uses across several industries including; construction, agricultural & food products and environmental products.

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