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This pink and black granite stone was found in Warren County and probably was a product of glacial drift deposited during the last ice age. Warren County is located in the Central Lowlands region of Ohio, which consists of glaciated plains. The stone, one of many glacial erratics in the state, was selected for its natural and enduring beauty to be a representative of Warren County. | Warren

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Warren.jpg - This pink and black granite stone was found in Warren County and probably was a product of glacial drift deposited during the last ice age. Warren County is located in the Central Lowlands region of Ohio, which consists of glaciated plains. The stone, one of many glacial erratics in the state, was selected for its natural and enduring beauty to be a representative of Warren County.

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