Tiled Portico, São Lourenço, Portugal ♥ #door

Portugal Blue - One of the porticos of the Igreja Matriz De São Lourenço, Almancil-Algarve with its elaborate azulejo tiling.

The Inititation Well, in Sintra, Portugal.

Looking down the Inverted Tower or Initiation well of Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, Portugal. The owner wanted to develop the palace and its grounds as a gathering of symbols that would reflect his interests and ideologies.

Monserrate Palace, Sintra, Portugal

Monserrate Palace, Sintra, Portugal is a beautiful century stately home. This extravagantly decorated palace blends Portuguese, Arabian and Indian architectural styles and is one of the most beautiful buildings in Sintra.

The Iniciatic Well, Regaleira Estate, Sintra, Portugal

The Iniciatic Well, Entering the Path of Knowledge - Regaleira Estate, Sintra, Portugal Quinta da Regaleira

Lisbon

Gare do Oriente or Lisbon Orient Station, Lisbon, Portugal, 1998

Lisboa, Portugal. If you go to Lisbon and you dont try Morello cherry liquor (with them/without them.... Meaning the cherries) you just havent gone to Lisbon.... Its been around for ages.....

A Ginginha - Lisboa,Portugal. If you go to Lisbon and you dont try Morello cherry liquor (with them/without them. Meaning the cherries) you just havent gone to Lisbon. Its been around for ages.

The lift da Bica in Lisbon

The lift da Bica, inaugurated in is one of the major tourist attractions of Lisbon. It was electrified only in and is considered a national monument since 2002 - Lisbon, Portugal

Cornerstone at the port of Cascais, Portugal

cornerstone at the port of Cascais, Portugal planks and sails turned stone

Capela dos Ossos da Igreja Matriz de Alcantarilha - Portugal by Portuguese_eyes, via Flickr

The “Chapel of Bones” was built by a (super weird) monk in the who decorated the building with the bones of an estimated of his fellow monks. If that’s not creepy enough, two bodies hang from the ceiling, and one them is a child.

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