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A monolith is a geological formation consisting of a single stone or rock block that is normally revealed by lengthy erosion of geological layers, often consisting of metamorphic or magma rocks that are very solid and hard.
These are thus stones that have been sculpted over time, protected by the earth and gathered by man from the depths of the natural environment.


Monoliths whose elongated shape is a particularly innovative element in the decoration of green spaces.


Monoliths with particular wide shapes, also of considerable size, whose conformation makes them easy to place.


Arches, sculptures and totems with holes to enable water to flow continuously over them.