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Silicon Dioxide
   is also known as   
Silica
SiO2
   is   
Silica
Silica is most commonly found in nature as sand or quartz, as well as in the cell walls of diatoms. It is a principal component of most types of glass and substances such as concrete. Silica is the most abundant mineral in the earth's crust.
Sodium Silicate
   is also known as   
Water Glass
The Czech Republic
   is the site of   
Jewish Quarter and St Procopius' Basilica in Třebíč
Natural Magnesium Silicate
   is also known as   
French Chalk
Basilicata
   is from the appellation   
Basilicata
E552
   is   
Calcium Silicate
Italy
   is the site of   
Archaeological Area and the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia
Terre Dell'Alta Val D'Agri
   is from the appellation   
Basilicata
Basilica Orbweaver Spider
   has the Latin name   
Mecynogea Lemniscata
Araneidae Family
Samuel De Champlain
   is buried in   
Notre Dame De Québec Basilica, Canada
Father of New France, d. 1635
San Marino 10c
   has   
The Basilica
Of San Marino.
Cathedral Basilica of St Denis
   is located in   
Paris, France
Burial place of French kings
St. Peter's Basilica
   is situated in   
The Vatican City
Umbria, Emilia Romagna, Basilicata
   are all   
Regions in Central Italy
Basilicata
   has the capital   
Potenza
Grottino Di Roccanova
   is from the appellation   
Basilicata
Magnesium Silicate
   is also known as   
Asbestos
Croatia
   is the site of   
Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in the Historic Centre of Poreč
Italy
   is the site of   
Assisi, the Basilica of San Francesco and Other Franciscan Sites
St. Mark's Basilica
   is located in   
Italy
It has been the seat of the Archbishop of Venice since 1807
Saint Ludmilla
   is buried in   
Saint George's Basilica, Prague, Czech Republic
Patron Saint of Bohemia, d. 921
E554
   is   
Sodium Aluminium Silicate
E556
   is   
Aluminium Calcium Silicate
Sodium Silicate
   is also known as   
Soluble Glass
1626
      
St Peter's Basilica Was Completed
In Vatican City
The Saint Peter’s Basilica Accommodates 45,000 Seated People
   is   
False
Accommodates 50,000
Magnesium Silicate
   is also known as   
Talcum
E553
   is   
Magnesium Silicate
A Multitude of People Will Appear at Vicenza Without Force, Fire to Burn the Basilica.
   is found in   
Century VIII, Quatrain No.11
A multitude of people will appear at Vicenza without force, fire to burn the Basilica. Near Lunage the great one of Valenza defeated: at a time when Venice takes up the quarrel through custom.
Matera
   is from the appellation   
Basilicata
Matera
   is a chief town in   
Basilicata
E555
   is   
Potassium Aluminium Silicate
E559
   is   
Aluminium Silicate; Kaolin
Aglianico Del Vulture
   is from the appellation   
Basilicata
Potenza
   is a chief town in   
Basilicata
Saint Francis Xavier
   is buried in   
Basilica of Bom Jesus, Goa, India
Saint, 1506-1552; atop main altar
Saint Peter's
      
Basilica
A building in Vatican City






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