From the heart of the Triestine Karst, Aurisina marble is extracted, a limestone renowned worldwide for its uniqueness, strength, and aesthetic value.

The origins of the Aurisina Quarry date back to the Roman Empire. Historical documents testify to the widespread use of Aurisina marble in Aquileia from the 1st century BC to the 5th century AD, and in monumental works such as the Mausoleum of Theodoric in Ravenna.

Reactivated in 1845 under the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Aurisina quarry began its industrial development, contributing to the urban renewal of cities such as Vienna, Budapest, Prague, Munich, and Trieste.

Currently, Aurisina marbles adorn the most prestigious buildings in cities such as Milan, London, New York, Mexico City, Tel Aviv, New Delhi, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Seoul, Taiwan, and Jakarta.

The quarry constitutes The world's only deposit of Aurisina marble, an extraordinary limestone characterized by chromatic variations ranging from shades of gray to warm tones.

Renowned worldwide for its uniqueness and durability, Aurisina marble comes in various variants based on grain.

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