Travertine is a type of stone that originates in mineral springs from the rapid precipitation of calcium carbonate. It is usually found in light colors, such as white, tan, and cream, and is most popular for its fibrous appearance. It has been used in construction for thousands of years. Travertine has been used for many types of construction, including Roman temples, aqueducts, and amphitheaters, such as the Colosseum. For walls, facades, and flooring, Travertine Exclusivo Travertine is a very popular choice stone because of the natural beauty it adds to any space.