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Travertine is a sedimentary rock formed millions of years ago in areas where geothermal spring water percolated through the forming stone, creating holes and fissures throughout the body of the material.  The Romans mined deposits of travertine to build temples, aqueducts, monuments, bath complexes, and amphitheaters, such as the Colosseum; which is the largest building in the world constructed mostly of travertine.

Travertines are generally light-colored beiges and tans, although there are some other beautifully colored travertines that have resulted from other inerals being dissolved by hot water underground.  Travertines are used throughout the world for major projects of all kinds.  These materials are able cross-cut, straight-cut, honed, filled or unfilled, or distressed.  Travertine must be sealed for long term protection.

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