c'est tres beau, et les couleurs sont magnifiques, surtout ce marron leger
That is a lot of tile, but I like it!
Oh, beautiful tiles they are! I love the colors! Terrific shot for the day, JM! Hope you had a great weekend!Sylvia
We were delighted to see the tile used as a building material in Portugal when we visited in 2000. It is unique, in my experience. I would think that it would be very durable, as long as the tiles are stuck to the wall well. It must be expensive, though.
All kinds of tile work here! Very nice.
Excellent picture!Liked the colors and design of the building!
lindos sobrados com estes azulejos coloridos ficam maravilhosos
Lovely tilework - beautiful colours.
Love the title...right on! I don't mind maniacs who do beautiful work like this! :-) What a building!
makes beautiful front :)
Tiles from Portugal... wonderful to see.My Mums house proudly displays it's number 14 by the front door with a lovely tile from...yes you've guessed it..
I love the colors! Very nice picture!
I would not want to be the one who cleans that tile!
Parece-me tão Portugal, sem dúvida, parece-me vosso, e eu gosto.
That's a mania I can live with!
Gostei das flores nas varandas , das telhas...e achei fantástico o azul...do prédio e do céu!!!Uma delícia!
Lindo! Lindo! O céu tão azul a condizer com os mosaicos das casas! Que riqueza de mosaicos o nosso país tem, não é! Merci les maures:o)***Bjos e feliz domingo****
The tiles you show on your photos always gives me a tinge of jealousy. Such beauty!
Wow, that is quite a sight JM, how pretty those building look.
Yep tile mania is a good description but perhaps best that is it tiles rather than some sort of drab grey cement.
This works for me only in Portugal. And maybe Macao. :-)
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