Carrara is a town in Tuscany, Italy and is famous for the white or blue-grey marble quarried here, of the same name. The Romans built quarries here in the second century BCE, and it has been controlled by Byzantines, Lombards, the Holy Roman Empire, and many prominent Italian families. Near the end of the nineteenth century, anarchist movements began here, especially among quarry workers.


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