Throughout history, the larvikite stone has been illustrated a lot in ornamentation of interior or exterior facades. Its blue color is thus visible at the headquarters of the UN (United Nations) in New York, at the carillon in Berlin in Germeny, on the library of the University of Oslo in Norway, on the Barclays bank in Athens in Greece , on the Sultanate of Brunei mosque, on the Mercedes Benz headquarters in Copenhagen or on the building of the Ford complex in Dédroit in the United States.
Today, the main recognized deposits of larvikite stone are of course in Norway, but also in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Russia. This stone is now used for making bracelets and necklaces.
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