What a beautiful addition to this building, but I do see a few tiles that don't match. It's still very pleasing to the eye.
É um Santuário...eu prefiro um lugar assim, menor, uma capela pra orar e pensar...Os azulejos são maravilhosos, uma relíquia, uma beleza...A simplicidade faz o toque especial!Uma pena que trocaram os azulejos por outros tão diferentes, essa capela veleria a pena ser restaurada no orginal, quero dizer referente aos azulejos.Abraços!Léia** planos para o Carnaval? Nova viagem? :)
I see what you mean, but still it is quite beautiful.
Yes it is still lovely!
But its always beautiful :-)
It's a pity but even a new form of art, or simply goodwill...
These tiles are probably one of a kind...and simply not available. But, most people probably wouldn't even notice.It's very beautiful even with the mismatched tiles!
It is surprising that so many original tiles did survive so many hundreds of years. Such an unusual chapel, nice.
Even though it's beautiful chapel!
That specific detail looks like something I could have managed! :) Overall, still a pretty picture and (like Jacob suggested) most of us would never have noticed.
Very very nice!
The tiles are amazing.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Love this..tiles often change so I wouldn't be surpised. Hope they weren't cutting corners)ha. Unique capture JM-
You know what I'm thinking every time I visit your blog now - "is this what I'll see/visit" :)... I can't wait. Tiles on facade are very unusual (for me)... what's the origin? Is it originally Portuguese or from somewhere else and it stuck around as a good idea?
Very nice Chapel. I love the Blue Tiles of Portugal---mixed up or not. MB
Still looks nice to look at.
Soo beautiful, old and special.
What an attractive old building.
I quite like the mismatched tiles. 17th century - hard to replace. Gorgeous building.
You're right, they don't match. Still a beautiful sight, though
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