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Terrazzo can already be found in Ancient Greece. Subsequently it was used in Italy mixed with broken tile and lime mortar (cocciopesto). It reached its maximum splendor and development in the lagoon city of Venice where it came under the name of Venetian Terrazzo. It has since spread throughout all of Europe and even overseas, thanks in part to businessmen in the Triveneto area.
Subsequently Terrazzo began being made with cement binders and industrial-scale production of tiles in agglomerate permitted large floor business areas to be covered at competitive and even economical prices.
Floors with proven resistance to wear, that maintain their splendor unchanged with passing fashions. A special feature of these floors is that mixes can be designed to customer requests as long as the grain sizes of the marble are compatible with manufacturing processes.
Veniston Terrazzo is lighter because of its single layer dimension. It comes in larger formats and is calibrated to size so that it can be laid without requiring on-site smoothing. A topic discussion is frequently the transport sector cost, considering the weight of the materials transported and the trips length; these cost represent a choice criterion in favor of those materials that on the account of their technological characteristic are destined to cut the cost. This case is well represented by Veniston Terrazzo Tiles: thinner thickness compare with traditional terrazzo.