Travertine, a favorite of architects

Travertine, a favorite of architects


Travertine, a stone between limestone and marble, is loved by architects for its rich colors, clear veins, and distinctive holes.
Travertine has been used by mankind for a long time, starting from Roman times. Travertine, a symbol of power and prestige, has been widely used since the Roman era, and the Colosseum is one of its masterpieces.
Travertine mainly has gray, beige, beige, yellow, golden, gray, brown, coffee, light red, maroon and other colors. Among them, beige is the most popular. The main production areas are Italy, Turkey, Iran, and there are also travertines found and produced in Henan, China.

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