Travertine is defined as a stone that occurs as a result of interlocking of sediments around fresh, cold and hot springs and lakes in humid climates.

Rotten veins are areas of cracks or crushes that are partially or completely naturally filled with foreign materials such as clay, calcite and limonite, or the modified part of travertine.

Its main areas of use are wall coverings, pool, flooring and stairs, garden courtyards, bathrooms and showers, sinks, medallions, fireplaces and flooring.

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