Beautiful pictures!I really like the first, particular frame very rich in detail, and the second: I love those blue decoration of ceramics!Thanks!
It's so elegant, with the clean lines and simplicity.
Oh, the tiles :) Beautiful, as always.
The blue tiles are very Portuguese, interesting to see them in the Egyptian palace. Quite harmonious yet!God bless you!Cezar
From your other posts I know why this place is called Palace of Egypt! The way they restored the building is excellent.The azulejos are simply fantastic and the new modern addition to the old farmhouse is practically seamless.
I love the blue tile! There is a lot of detail in those patterns.
Definitely a place on the to visit list! Sounds very interesting and is gorgeous.
Full of beauty and intrigue.
I love the tiles - probably I said it before, but they are gorgeous!!!
I can't get enough of those blue tiles! Gorgeous!
The bleu tiles are beautiful :)Its makes the place very special...
It's a beautiful building. I adore the inside - lovely colours and compositions!
Really nice group of photographs. That first, with all of those earth tones and angles, is beautiful. As is the tile on the second. And the building has such clean, fine lines.
I love the blue and white tiles!
Excellent shots of a beautiful building! A treasure trove! Love the tiles in the second shot and the view in the first!
I meant to tell you how much I like your header photo!
Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous... your last three posts re Palacio do Egipto :)
Well I can't get past that fabulous header to comment on anything else right now. That is simply fab!!! Your photographs always delight and leave me groping for the right words!V
Those tiled walls in your second photo are absolutely amazing!
That lamppost makes an excellent foreground. Simple and elegant.
Those wonderful portuguese blue tiles!
Beautiful Design :)
Looks very different and quite plain from this angle. I notice what looks like a Norfolk Island Pine (from this part of the world) peaking over the top of the building. Our beaches are lined with them too.
Those blue tiles continue to delight me...they're stunning!
All those tiles - such an intricate pattern. I gave up counting when I got to 120.The lampost really makes the picture.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the tiles!
Thanks for sharing so many nice photos from this place. Superb art and a superb place!:-)
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