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Alferce village / Vila de Alferce

Alferce village / Vila de Alferce

Evora Portugal ~ This small town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with Roman Temple and Gothic style Catehdrals. Definitely makes it on my must see day trip from Lisbon.

Evora Portugal ~ This small town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with Roman Temple and Gothic style Catehdrals. Definitely makes it on my must see day trip from Lisbon. portugal travel tips

Azulejos (portuguese tiles)  Painel do mercado de Santarém.  #Portugal

Azulejos (Portuguese Tiles) Painel do mercado de Santarém ~ I Love These Stunning Tiles and the Stories They Tell ~

Portugal ~ photo by #TheAuthenticExperiences.com

Ceramic tile detail train station in the town of Elvas, Alentejo, Portugal.

Porto, Portugal

coisasdetere: Azulejos - Porto (by zittopoldo - Giuseppe Molinari) - Portugal.

Tile work on the entrance to the Monastery of Sao Bernardo, located in the parish of St. Lawrence, the town of Portalegre, Portugal. (V)

Tile work on the entrance to the Monastery of Sao Bernardo, located in the parish of St. Lawrence, the town of Portalegre, Portugal.

Lisbon, Portugal: Top 10 Things to Do - by Michaela S Guzy 05.05.2014 | The pattered Portuguese paving stones in the coastal town of Cascais

The pattered Portuguese paving stones in the coastal town of Cascais (a former small fishermen village) Portugal

Estação de São Bento - Fique a conhecer os tesouros do Douro Litoral em: www.asenhoradomonte.com

12 razões pelas quais NÃO DEVE visitar o Porto

"Azulejos" Tiled art decorates many walls of Portugal. This one is located beside Povoa de Varzim's beach. Povoa de Varzim used to be largely a fishing town, where many people made their earnings in fish markets. Since then it has grown to be more of a modern city.

"Azulejos" Tiled art decorates many walls of Portugal. This one is located beside Povoa de Varzim's beach. Povoa de Varzim used to be largely a fishing town, where many people made their earnings in fish markets. Since then it has grown to be more of a modern city.

Porto

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