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Belokuzminovskie rocks

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Скалообразное обнажение верхнего мела — геологический памятник природы местного значения. Находится в Константиновском районе Донецкой области возле села Белокузьминовка.
Возраст меловой горы — 90 миллионов лет. Гора состоит из отложений последнего периода мезозойской эры, которые сформировались в чистых тёплых морских водах из небольших морских организмов с известковым скелетом. В скале выделяются вертикальные бело-серые скалы, восточный край горы обрывается бело-серыми скалами. У подножия горы расположены множественные ниши, выбоины, большие и малые пещеры. Среди мелового щебня часто встречается кремень.

Обнажение мела поднимается на высоту более 25 метров. На восточной окраине обнажения одиноко стоит гора Меч.
В расщелинах и нишах у вершин скал встречаются гнёзда стрижей.

Неподалёку от скалообразного обнажения верхнего мела обнаружена стоянка первобытного человека с мастерской по обработке кремня, добывавшегося в этой горе.

С 2004 года скалообразное обнажение верхнего мела входит в состав регионального ландшафтного парка «Краматорский».

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