tu as de superbes vieux bancs. une très belle mosaïque.you have beautiful old benches. a very nice mosaic.
These are beautiful. That yellow is such a rich, deep color.
So unusual!Our guest came today. Let's see what impression he makes.
Very lovely. Are they very old?
B Squared, these dates from the 18th century.
These old benches are all beautiful...I have a question. How old are they?
I really like the blue with the yellow. What a lovely old bench!
Great Portugese tile work. We visited this palace on our way from Lisbon to Sintra back in 2002.
Nice to see these old benches.
Another beautiful bench!I guess that's tile work again. Splendid.
Beautiful artwork on this bench.
Beautiful, and glorious colors! The style of the designs remind me of some pottery we saw in Florence recently.
I like those design.
Hello JM!Fabulous pictures!The first one is really cute!Léia
Lovely scenes of a beautiful yesterday. Well done
I love these ancient, elaborate decorative touches...sometimes we think our ancestors lived lives of drab black and white...but not so; and the colors they saw the drew.Lovely!
Another great place to sit and meditate. So perfectly beautiful.
It seems that tiles colors don't fade... Another Beautiful place to rest .
Fantastic benches - nice!
Interesting! Nice details!
Colourful and ancient! Interesting.Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come back tomorrow for more of the Keukenhof series!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
Benches with artwork. Now that's really something? I wonder why cherubs are always so chubby, tho. Perhaps it's the nature of cherubs!
I imagine the painted surfaces must have been renovated repeatedly between then and now. I could easily get used to a place with this much yellow.
You do live in a world of glorious old benches!
I agree with Jacob. I also used to think about that when I was really young.
How old are they. The tile work is magnificent.
Really fabulous tiles! With so much of these gorgeous tiles all over your city, isn't the government scared of robbers? I can imagine they'd be much desired by antique collectors.
I remember this Palace. It is full of great tiles everywhere. a very special place.
Well observed wonderful details!
Sorry, but I have been away from blogger visits for a while ... and will be again next week. I have made the tour of your more recent posts. Thes old benches are really charming!
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