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Modern equivalents

November 17 2001 at 5:08 AM
Jakko Westerbeke  (no login)
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Response to Question for our European friends

I'm not sure about cobblestones, but modern street bricks (not sure of the English term for them) are laid on a layer of (fairly coarse) sand, with the bricks sitting tightly against each other. Once a section of street is finished, more sand is brushed over the top so it will settle in the seams between the bricks, though much of this gets washed and blown away pretty soon. I suppose cobble stones are/were laid in a similar way.

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