Carrara marble is a type of white or blue-grey marble of high quality, popular for use in sculpture and building decor. It is quarried in the city of Carrara located in the northernmost tip of modern-day Tuscany, Italy. (wiki)
|Florence||Duomo + belfry + other churches and chapels apart from David and other statues|
|Historic Cairo||Mosque of Muhammad Ali - Muhammad Ali Pasha was buried in a tomb carved from Carrara marble, in the courtyard of the mosque (wiki)|
|Mafra Palace, Convent and Royal Hunting Park||The two towers are connected by two rows of Corinthian columns. The top row contains the statues of St. Dominic and St. Francis, sculpted from Carrara marble, standing in a niche on each side of the balcony. (wiki)|
|Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)||Tower and church|
|Pienza||Pozzo del Rossellino|
|Rome||Pantheon, Trajan's Column, Column of Marcus Aurelius|
|Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca||New Cathedral: ... the floor is covered with pink marble, brought from Carrara (Italy) (wiki)|
|Stoclet House||"facade with cubic lines covered with Carrara marble"|
|Valletta||St John Co-Cathedral tombstones|
|Vatican City||Pietà statue and other works of art in Musei Vaticani + Palazzo San Carlo|
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