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Terrific capture as always and it does look as though this old building has seen better days! Love the tiles and wish I could have seen it in it's younger days -- of course, guess people could say that about me as well!! Have a lovely evening, JM!Sylvia
This one needs some work soon. I love those tiles.
JM, I knew when I saw the title that you would provide a provocative photo... this would have been such a beautiful place at one time with the door, balcony and tiles... your photo is lovely in a sad sort of way. Merci
Os azulejos são bonitos em especial aquela santinha azul do lado direito!Léia
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The tiles are so beautiful! It must have been charming place once upon a time:)
It's great how the tiles always still look wonderful in these old buildings!
Je suis du même avis qu'Olivier. A few tiles are missing,what a shame :-)
I am afraid of houses with dead windows. It is not decay, it died already, at least it feels like that.
That looks more like a little rot from the inside and perhaps a fire or two. Does the city require the owner of such a place to fix it up?
You are into this decay in a big way, Jose, judging from the title of this one. Sure is a mighty fine sight for the eyes: the wiring, the 'whiskers'.From the name of the store, I guess the ground floor to have been updated. The tiles are gorgeous. Hope someone manages to snafu them before this little beauty falls into a heap.
This is bad, a pity for the tiles and even the azulejos are are in danger...
How beautiful and how much poetry has this photo.
Que pena deixarem tão linda casa a cair aos pedaços!Jà aqui está muito bem imortalizada!***Boa semana e feliz Natal****
What beautiful tiles. I wonder if they will be recycled.
Oh my, this is just awful. What has happened. Is there really a boutique open below? MB
Not so keen on this one ... it looks quite derelict.
What a wonderful array of materials, colors and patterns.
All the wires hanging look dangerous! I wonder what happened to the missing tiles.
i wonder who once lived there?
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