The story of Badenian Sea II.

Walking and time travel on Buda-Hill in Sámsonháza We leave the volcanic formations described in detail in the chapter „Sámsonháza, protected excavation”, to the west and continue walking on the motor road, then to the right we approach the first … Egy kattintás ide a folytatáshoz….

The Kőlyuk Side of Sóshartyán

From the north of the Mátra Hills, roughly among Salgótarján, Fülek and Ózd, there is a sedimentary rock known as cross-layered sandstone, glauconite sandstone and Pétervására Sandstone. Its material consists of medium and fine-grained sand, with a thickness of 150 … Egy kattintás ide a folytatáshoz….

The diatomaceous earth

The formation of Nagyhársas Andesite in the Mátra Mountains was followed by a period of volcanic rest, characterized by decay during the Badenian period between 14 and 13 million years. At that time lakes and lagoons isolated from the sea … Egy kattintás ide a folytatáshoz….

The story of the Badenian Sea

Between 16 and 13 million years, a shallow and warm-water sea occupied  the site of the early Carpathian Basin. It was named after the excavation on the outskirts of the settlement called Baden Soos, near Vienna, from where the remains … Egy kattintás ide a folytatáshoz….

Natural History Collection

The short history of the Natural History Collection of Nógrád County The public collection which currently has 16 000 items, contains minerals, rocks and fossils, mainly from the territory of Nógrád County and Northern Hungary. The founding piece of the … Egy kattintás ide a folytatáshoz….