What is Marble

Marble is formed by exposure of limestone, which metamorphic movements form over time, to heat and pressure. It mostly consists of mineral calcite (CaCO 3) and generally contains other minerals such as clay minerals, micas, quartz, pyrite, iron oxides and graphite. Under the conditions of the metamorphism, limestone calcite recrystallizes to form a rock, a mass of interlocking calcite crystals.

Their color is usually white and grayish. But due to foreign substances, they can also be yellow, pink, red, bluish, brownish and black. When examined under the microscope, it is seen that it consists of "Calcite Crystals" interlocking each other.

Marble has been used in many architectures throughout the Dates and is a History left to us from the Ottoman Empire.
No matter how much stone can be used instead of marble, marble is a history and it has an indispensable nostalgia. Marble is hosting in-house and imported from a variety of Turkey.