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Travertine is a sedimentary rock formed from limestone, carbon and high pressure, high moisture environments like hot springs. Its appearance usually ranges from cream to brown, but reds have also known to occur naturally. Travertine, long used in Italian buildings like the Coliseum, has been widely adopted in modern building for cladding, facades, walls and especially flooring. Traditionally very difficult to work with, Earth Anatomy travertine veneers make any application you can dream up not only possible but effortless.