Blue colored limestone, with fine grain and uniform background. The Lioz Azul limestone is one of the hardest limestones in Portugal and a preferential choice for diverse landscaping applications. It is commonly used in exterior street paving.
The beige colored variation of the Ataija Azul, this limestone has a fine grain, fairly uniform background and a well defined beige color. The Ataija Creme is one of the hardest limestones from Portugal and a preferential choice for diverse landscaping applications. It is commonly used in exterior street paving.
This limestone variation of the well-known Moleanos Classic, represents a marginal part of the production and extraction within Moleanos quarries. However, the Moleanos Vidraco limestone presents a glassy structure that makes it a hard limestone and a great choice for exterior landscaping applications.
The famous limestone from Portugal, the Moleanos Classic presents a certain hardness, which is well appreciated in exterior landscaping applications with low to moderate use, such as private gardens, flooring, etc.
The Lioz is a historical limestone, being found pretty much on any historical building in Portugal. Today it has a more discreet representation in the market, but nonetheless is a preferential limestone to be used on any type of landscaping application.
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