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  • 6.
More blues
What do you do in shops?
Hunt for azulejo🧿
  • 6.
    More blues
    What do you do in shops?
    Hunt for azulejo🧿

  •  10  2  11 hours ago
  • Entrámos no mood natalício! O nosso poster e calendário são ambos ótimas prendas de natal✨🎄
  • Entrámos no mood natalício! O nosso poster e calendário são ambos ótimas prendas de natal✨🎄

  •  18  1  14 hours ago
  • Nancy Drew🕵️‍♀️ style pic at the train station of #Rossio. Estação de Caminhos de Ferro do Rossio or Rossio Railway station 🚉 was formerly known as Estação Central (Central Station) and was designed between 1886 and 1887 by Portuguese architect José Luís Monteiro. It was built in one of the most important squares of Lisbon, the Rossio, and connected the city to the region of Sintra (which is the case till today). On the background are decorative wall tiles (those elaborately-painted Portuguese tiles usually called #azulejos). The 21 tiles (?) feature local produce, food specialties and crafts. Those panneaux were produced in 1958 (1951?) by the Santana factory 🏭 (Fábrica Sant'Anna) and signed by Lucien Donnat and Amaral commissioned by the Export Promotion Fund. ⚠️Excuse me in advance for unclarities. It was extremely hard to find any information on those particular tiles 🤷🏻‍♀️ ℹ️
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#lisbonportugal #lisbonlovers #visitlisbon #visitlisboa🇵🇹 #visitlisboa #travelgeek #azulejosdecorados #azulejosportugueses #azulejospersonalizados #lisbonvibes #lisbondays
  • Nancy Drew🕵️‍♀️ style pic at the train station of #Rossio. Estação de Caminhos de Ferro do Rossio or Rossio Railway station 🚉 was formerly known as Estação Central (Central Station) and was designed between 1886 and 1887 by Portuguese architect José Luís Monteiro. It was built in one of the most important squares of Lisbon, the Rossio, and connected the city to the region of Sintra (which is the case till today). On the background are decorative wall tiles (those elaborately-painted Portuguese tiles usually called #azulejos). The 21 tiles (?) feature local produce, food specialties and crafts. Those panneaux were produced in 1958 (1951?) by the Santana factory 🏭 (Fábrica Sant'Anna) and signed by Lucien Donnat and Amaral commissioned by the Export Promotion Fund. ⚠️Excuse me in advance for unclarities. It was extremely hard to find any information on those particular tiles 🤷🏻‍♀️ ℹ️
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    #lisbonportugal #lisbonlovers #visitlisbon #visitlisboa🇵🇹 #visitlisboa #travelgeek #azulejosdecorados #azulejosportugueses #azulejospersonalizados #lisbonvibes #lisbondays

  •  67  2  12 December, 2019
  • Voltando pra Portugal, não podia deixar de ter fotos com os famosos azulejos portugueses azuis e brancos né?! Que aliás, estão por tudo! 
Este são da Capela das Almas, uma igreja linda que fica na rua Santa Catarina, região bem movimentada com várias lojas e cafés. 
Já a última foto é da Igreja do Carmo, que também tem a lateral toda em azulejos, e é um dos cartões postais da cidade.
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#porto #portugal #visitportugal #visitporto #azulejosportugueses #capeladasalmas
  • Voltando pra Portugal, não podia deixar de ter fotos com os famosos azulejos portugueses azuis e brancos né?! Que aliás, estão por tudo!
    Este são da Capela das Almas, uma igreja linda que fica na rua Santa Catarina, região bem movimentada com várias lojas e cafés.
    Já a última foto é da Igreja do Carmo, que também tem a lateral toda em azulejos, e é um dos cartões postais da cidade.
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    #porto #portugal #visitportugal #visitporto #azulejosportugueses #capeladasalmas

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  • An inspiring day spent with Marisa & Alba from @gazeteazulejos painting tiles, and walking the city. They taught us about the history, development and destruction 😢 of facade tiles in Porto, Portugal. They are single handedly creating the only public online catalog of facade tiles from around the city, researching the original tile factories and painting techniques. As this city continues to build and change there is often little interest in keeping historical tiles in place  as it’s easier and cheaper to remove and destroy them than to save them or repair them. .
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  • An inspiring day spent with Marisa & Alba from @gazeteazulejos painting tiles, and walking the city. They taught us about the history, development and destruction 😢 of facade tiles in Porto, Portugal. They are single handedly creating the only public online catalog of facade tiles from around the city, researching the original tile factories and painting techniques. As this city continues to build and change there is often little interest in keeping historical tiles in place as it’s easier and cheaper to remove and destroy them than to save them or repair them. .
    . . #acecampstravel #acecampsporto #tiles #azulejos #azulejosportugueses #porto #oporto #tileworkshop #ihavethisthingwithtiles

  •  974  27  3 July, 2019
  • Did you know that this train station has approximately 20,000 azulejo tiles, dating from 1905? 😱 have you seen it on Insta before?
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This place was packed, with commuters, tourists and instagrammers posing (guilty). It was nearly impossible to take a photo without anyone in it, this took 1.5 seconds. If you want to shoot there go early! We didn’t. In fact all photos from the Camino de Santiago were in the moment: no special shoot, or clothes, or scouting locations or getting up early, just good old walking past something pretty and snapping a picture. Which makes these shots very special to me.
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Do you prefer spontaneous or pre-planned photography?
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#visitporto #azulejosportugueses #voyaged #shetravelz #sheisnotlost #portugaltravel #bestcitypics
  • Did you know that this train station has approximately 20,000 azulejo tiles, dating from 1905? 😱 have you seen it on Insta before?

    This place was packed, with commuters, tourists and instagrammers posing (guilty). It was nearly impossible to take a photo without anyone in it, this took 1.5 seconds. If you want to shoot there go early! We didn’t. In fact all photos from the Camino de Santiago were in the moment: no special shoot, or clothes, or scouting locations or getting up early, just good old walking past something pretty and snapping a picture. Which makes these shots very special to me.

    Do you prefer spontaneous or pre-planned photography?

    #visitporto #azulejosportugueses #voyaged #shetravelz #sheisnotlost #portugaltravel #bestcitypics

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