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Cement tiles have had a long history in the design world, first appearing in Catalonia in the 1850s. Their beauty and versatility was immediately noticed as they made their debut at the Paris International Exposition in 1867. Due to their beauty and versatility, it did not take long for cement tiles to spread across Europe. Their production did not require energy expenditure, which meant they did not need to be baked in an oven or fired in a kiln, making them extra appealing during the time. These durable tiles quickly made their way into the most grand palaces and ornate buildings of the world, used on both floors and walls. The French eventually brought the process over to Vietnam, which has high grade cement - ideal for such a delicate process. Today cement tiles are also made in Morocco, Spain, and Mexico, however, the precision and quality of the Vietnamese remains unmatched.