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Successive sands formations
During the lower Cenomanian age, sandstones formed following the ocher sands shaped in the Albian age. Massive banks with rounded contours of soft yellow sandstone stained with red or wine-red appeared at the same time as red sands with intersecting stratification. Some were deposited in the sea, as evidenced by the fragments of fossils found, others on dunes.
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