Masonry stove

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Masonry stove is a type of heating appliance similar to a fireplace, but much more efficient and clean burning (environmentally superior).

Masonry stoves are made of masonry and have long channels through which combustion gases give up their heat to the heavy mass of the stove, which releases the heat slowly into a room. These stoves are also called Russian or Finnish fireplaces.