Category:Brick buildings in Kent

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English: Kent is in England, to the south east of London. Kent is rich in brick earth from alluvial, Wadhurst and Wealden clays with the correct proportion of kaolinite and illite. The deposits are in some places 450 m thick. Some bricks fire to a soft yellow colour which make yellow stock bricks. A characteristic of 19th century Kent brickwork was the banding of yellow and red bricks.
Deutsch: Grafschaft Kent liegt in süd-ost England. Die Kentische Ton macht beide gelben und röten Ziegeln. 19 jahrhunderte Mauern sind regelmässig in eine gelb mit röt Muster gebaut.
Français : On trouve Kent dans le sud-est d'Angleterre. La brique characteristique de Kent est une jaune doré, est le batiments du 19e siecle était construit avec bandes des rouges et jaunes.


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