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Destination: Portugal

Travel with us as we explore the country, the people, and the food of Portugal, while highlighting the hand-crafted tile that can be admired in and around historic basilicas, as well as the full spectrum of tile-incorporating designs that can be seen within its most modern of architectural structures.


Destination: Portugal

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Angelic tile/azulejos mural in Portugal

Portuguese cobblestone sidewalk mosaic - Calçada Portuguesa #portugal

Castelo de Almourol, Portugal

My Flickr Favorites - Castelo de Almourol by moacirdsp on Flickr.

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Portuguese Tiles - azulejo

Botanical garden #açores Portugal

Greens and Water, a photo from Acores, Islands | TrekEarth

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I'd like to visit this bookstore, Livraria Lello, in Porto, Portugal

The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World

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Carved stone details by Karl Gercens The Monserrate Park is one of the most notable examples of romantic gardens in Portugal www.enjoyportugal.eu #sintra #portugal

Portuguese painted tiles of XIX century women

Do Tempo da Outra Senhora: Efemérides de Outubro

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Blue tiles and blue Door, Portugal

Blue door in a tile-covered (azulejo) building- Portimão, Portugal

blue door @ orange

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Jan Van Oort. Large Dutch tile panel in the Convent Church of Madre de Deus, Lisbon, Portugal (1698).

Life on Sundays

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Sintra, Portugal

Beach Marinha, Algarve, Portugal

Alfama- Lisboa. Beautiful old building covered with blue white tiles

Pena Palace window detail #Sintra #Portugal

Janela by Agostinho Fernandes / 500px

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through the window of the Belém forth #Lisbon, #Portugal

Arco de Almedine Blue tile mural from the streets of Coimbra, Portugal

Mosteiro de Celas Blue tile mural from the streets of Coimbra, Portugal

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Tiles from Lisboa, Portugal.

Tile capital of the world, #Lisbon. Festooned with Rococo like colors this little window is only part of an amazing building that can only be seen in lovely #Lisbon.

Tiles, Fado - azulejos in Lisbon, Portugal

Portuguese blue tiles or "azulejos"! The Portuguese word for blue is 'azul' and the Arabic term for polished to a shiny, smooth finish, is 'zulej'. Hence, 'Azulejo'.

Tiled Portico, São Lourenço, Portugal

Beautiful tile mural in Algarve, Portugal

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