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. Throughout history, it has been used for the construction of buildings. The Romans used it to build temples, monuments, and even the Colosseum. (aqueducts, bath complexes, amphitheaters). Travertine Exclusivo Travertine is one very popular in modern architecture, and is usually used for facades, walls, and flooring.