Arab Room Tiles, Sintra Palace

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Kim Martins
by Alvesgaspar
published on 28 September 2019
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Islamic ceramic tiles in the Arab Room in the Sintra palace (Palácio Nacional de Sintra), Portugal. King Manuel I of Portugal (r.1495-1521 CE) imported azulejos (glazed ceramic tiles) from the Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain to decorate this room in his palace. This photo was taken in 2015 CE.

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Alvesgaspar, . (2019, September 28). Arab Room Tiles, Sintra Palace. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/11282/

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