Portuguese railways station architecture: white buildings with azulejos (portuguese hand painted tiles) decorations - Aveiro main stationO antigo edifício apresenta uma fachada totalmente decorada de azulejos policromos, em tons azuis e amarelos, que representam várias cenas ferroviárias, naturais e de cultura e actividades tradicionais.4
Estação de Aveiro.
Rua Augusta, Lisbon, Portugal
Embarcaciones típicas en canales de agua en Aveiro, Portugal
Palácio Galveias, Lisbon. A travel board about things to do in Lisbon Portugal, including Lisbon restaurants, food, nightlife, cafes, shopping and much more about the capital of Portugal! -- Have a look at http://www.travelerguides.net
Portugal - Lisbon before the 1755 earthquake on Behance
Solares e Brasões: Aveiro. - Casa do Visconde da Granja, Aveiro, Portugal.
Aveiro, The Venice of Central Portugal | via Sivan Askayo Photography 04.03.2014 | Spend at least a day or two (I wish I had more time to explore) and enjoy a quiet city, which combines the old and the new, the crumbling buildings in the old town vs.the modern and advanced University of Aveiro, the colorful tiles decorating the buildings and the over – the -top sweet Ovos Moles and other egg based desserts. Photo: Aveiro, Central Portugal, Portuguese Tiles
Amazing azulejo (hand painted tiles ) in the park Infante Dom Pedro - Aveiro #Portugal
Art Nouveau Museum & Casa de Chá in Aveiro via @PortugalConfidential | Portuguese Art Nouveau? Indeed! In the late 19th to early 20th centuries, Art Nouveau was a trendy off-shoot of the Arts & Crafts movement. It is characterized by organic shapes found in nature. Art Nouveau started in Paris, and quickly spread across Europe, with each country incorporating the style within their traditional architecture. In Portugal, Art Nouveau found a home largely in Lisbon, Porto and Aveiro...