Mount Rushmore National Monument
Quarry in South Dakota, USA
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Dakota Mahogony stone slab
Dakota Mahogany
Moraine Lake, Canada
La Cava Fibra a Wiarton, Canada
Eromosa Limestone Slab
Eramosa Limesone Kitchen
Eramosa Limestone sink
Cambrian Black Granite Quarry
Cambrian Black Granite Slab
Cambrian Black Granite Canada
Silver Cloud Quarry
Silver Cloud Granite Slab
Silver Cloud Granite
Virginia Mist Quarry
Virginia Mist Slab
Virginia Mist Granite
Mount Airy Quarry
Mount Airy White Antiqued Granite
Alabama White Marble
Mesabi Black Granite
Alabama White Marble
Alabama White Marble
Alabama White Marble
Alberene Soapstone
Alberene Soapstone
Alberene Soapstone Outdoor Kitchen
Alberene Soapstone Kitchen
Alberene Soapstone
Alberene Soapstone Countertops
Tennessee Pink Marble
VERMONT DANBY
Arizona Onyx Quarry
JET MIST GRANITE
MOUNT AIRY WHITE GRANITE
National Gallery of Art, Washington
EUREKA DANBY MARBLE
American Mahogany Granite

NORTH AMERICA

There are lots of beautiful stones quarried in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Limestones, Travertines, Marble, Granite, and Onyx are all quarried in North and Central America. The extreme climate and landscape changes from Canada to Mexico plays a huge role in the different types of stones and their hardness. For example, Minnesota, Indiana, and Wisconsin are all big limestone producing states, while Alabama, Georgia, Colorado, Vermont, and Tennessee all have marble quarries. The East Coast states, including Massachusetts, New  Hampshire, Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia, all have Granite quarries, as well as South Dakota. (kind of its own region)

Travertine is quarried in Mexico, and Arizona and they both have marble quarries as well.

Canada is a big Granite producing region but also quarries one of the coolest, craziest limestones I've ever seen. 

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