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Santa Cecilia granite comes from the mines and quarries of Sao Paolo in Brazil and is as old as mother Earth herself.Appearance wise it is heavy, hard and dense but absolutely gorgeous. It is named after St. Cecilia, the patroness of church music that brings beauty to the ears of all, and while it might not necessarily appeal to ears, it most certainly appeals to the eyes.The granite is recognised by its soft, beige color with speckles and veins in shades of burgundy, gold and deep, dark grey.Although it is commonly used as counter-tops, people also love it for flooring, tiling around a fireplace, as a back splash or even in the bathroom around the tub. Because of its durability and strength, it can withstand all the elements, making it ideal for outside use.