Another limestone that belongs to the category of building stone is the Travertine rock, the Travertine in French, called TRAVERTINE, left over from sea sediments, rivers, hot springs or minerals and caves. The specific weight of travertine is 2500 kilogram per cub meter. The stone has pores and is softer than marbles in terms of hardness.travertine stone is resistant to climate change, rain and snow and are white, cream, and chocolate, red, walnut, yellow, lemon, silver and chocolate in nature. There are no restrictions on the use of travertine. It can be used in both interior of the building and exterior. Travertine stone veined in such a way that can be cut and processed undulating and undulating forms.
Recently the use of travertine in buildings has been very common. In America and European countries travertine is used in flooring as well.