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      Dalmatian Stone Tiles

      This is a Substance material of a stone tiles very common in province of Dalmatia, in Croatia. Due to natural resistance to salty air and strong winds stone tiles are commonly used for terrace floors, paths around the houses and even as walls plating. You can use it in various Mediterranean scenes. For any suggestions and critique please leave comments in Artstation post. Hope you like it! Cheers!

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