Portugese Tile Art of the Colonial Era

January 05, 2015

No words – just pictures of tiles from an old house built in 1921 for a Barrister from the times when Goa was a Portugese Colony:

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Old, weathered by a thousand feet, and still pleasing the eye a hundred years later! Bless the souls of the makers!

jm

Jan 2015

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