The Vicenza stone is a rock mainly consisted of calcium carbonate and presents particular characteristics: mostly clear colors ranging from ivory color, to straw yellow, to gray, until the brown shades of darker tonality of Nanto stone. Known and used since ancient times, it is extracted in the area of the Berici’s hils in south Vicenza. It is known and used since Roman times when it was employed for both decorative architectural elements and sculptures. It is also famous for having been used and described in detail by the architect Andrea Palladio in the sixteenth century.
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