Carrara Marble Peaks as Russians Follow Etruscans: CommoditiesLadka Bauerova and Anna Shiryaevskaya
Marble has been mined from the hills near Carrara in Tuscany for more than 2,000 years. The local stone, prized for its delicate veining pattern, was used to build the Pantheon in ancient Rome and Florence’s cathedral.
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