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Thassos


Thassos marble takes its name from the Greek island Thassos. Discovered by the Phoenicians, who in 24 B.C. used the island as a navigation hub, Thassos island is located seven miles south of the Greek mainland in the northernmost Aegean Sea and has an area of 369 square km. (146 sq. miles).


Since ancient times, builders and artisans have used Thassos marble. From ancient temples to today’s modern architecture, this beautiful natural stone has graced and enhanced our living spaces for over a millennia.

I PERSONALLY TRAVEL THE WORLD TO BRING YOU THE MOST UNIQUE COLLECTION OF FINEST QUALITY EXOTIC STONE TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE. WE VALUE OUR CUSTOMERS AND WORK HARD TO EARN YOUR BUSINESS. —Charles Urso, President and CEO of Marble of the World

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