Turkish Marbles

In Anatolia, which is full of natural riches below as well as above its lands, one of these riches, which is the gift of nature to us, is Turkish marbles. Turkish marbles, which have been monumentalized sometimes in architecture and sometimes with sculptures, are the most preferred building material in modern architecture, despite the building materials brought by technology. Marbles are named after the Marmara Island, where antique marble business started about 2000 ago. Adding splendor to religious places, palaces, monuments and many other structures for centuries, Turkish marbles are at the service of modern architecture today. Today, Turkish marbles produced from marble quarries, whose quality has increased with modern methods, add value to prestigious buildings all over the world.
According to MTA reports, there are approximately 5.1 billion m³ of marble and natural stone reserves in Turkey. The world natural stone reserve is estimated as 13 billion m³. According to this distribution, the natural stone reserve in Turkey corresponds to 40% of the world natural stone reserve. There are Turkish marbles that are appreciated all over the world in all geographical regions of the country, especially in the Marmara and Aegean regions.

Natural stone reserves in over 80 different structures and over 120 different colors and patterns have been identified in Turkey. The most well-known Turkish natural stone varieties in international markets; Elazig Cherry, Denizli Travertine, Antalya Limestone, Mugla White, Burdur Beige, Emperador, Milas Lilac, Manyas White, Süpren, Tiger Skin, Afyon Sugar, Aksehir Black and Marmara White.
Turkish marbles, which have been a monument of nobility since ancient times, continue to add majesty to modern ahitectural structures today. The rich diversity of Turkish marbles inspires creative designs. As can be understood from historical sources, Turkey is a marble country. The Turkish natural stone and marble sector, which started to develop in the 1980s, reached the same power as the world giants in a short period of 20 years. While the reputation of Turkish marble, which is exported to 170 countries from America to China, is growing rapidly, it can easily be said that Turkish marble is now a brand in the world.