Botticino Classico marble is a famous Italian marble, also extracted from some bancate (quarry-layers) of the Paine quarry, owned by Ziche. This quarry has an extension of over 250,000 square meters and is the largest quarry in the entire Botticino basin. Botticino Classico marble has unique characteristics: clear beige background, few brown veins and a strong structure that makes it suitable for almost any application. A typical characteristic of this typology is the presence of the mandolina, a light round with the shape of an almond. Only a few quarries produce this type of marble, and its rarity also contributes to making it even more valuable. The slabs of Botticino Classico in a polished finish amaze with their shine and are perfect for interior floors, where the whole environment acquires a clear elegant and classy imprint. A Botticino Classico floor always manages to leave the observer astonished, lost in the movement of its veins as if he were admiring a painting designed by nature. Thanks to the very low absorption coefficients and the excellent abrasion resistance, this marble is suitable for outdoor use, even in cold climates and close to water. Among the most famous projects that have been made with this marble, there are the Altare della Patria in Rome, the Grand Central Station in New York, ..
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