Roman Travertine

Roman Travertine

Roman Travertine is one of the most long-standing and famous marbles, used since the times of the Roman Empire.

Such masterpieces as the Colosseum, the Theatre of Marcellus and St. Peter's Basilica are a testimony. Used since more than 2500 years ago, it is the only stone in the world that is still used today.

The extractions take place in Tivoli (Province of Rome, Italy), where Fratelli Poggi own quarries. What makes Roman travertine unique are its characteristics, such as resistance, color, timeliness and the ability to adapt to various architectural styles, for both interior and exterior design

Unmistakable are the characteristics of Roman Travertine, the neutral color and its shades that recall the colors of the earth making this unique material in the world, "Rome" the Eternal City confirms its resistance.

There are different types of Roman Travertine that Poggi Brothers extracted from its own quarries