The highlights of Lisbon's trip are very beautiful tiles, but the more beautiful ones are buildings. The museum was rebuilt by Madre Deus Monastery, so the monastery buildings were completely preserved, especially the decoration of the chapel. The station nearby is called Igreja Madre Deus.
The background of the exhibits is the Baroque Church, the Manuel Monastery and the wall covered with tiles. There are also many new designer's latest tiles. The treasure of the town hall is a panorama of more than 1300 tiles on the top floor before the great earthquake in Lisbon. From the hillside to the harbour, from the church monastery to the palace, from the street to the square, it shows the most splendid and magnificent Lisbon.
Portuguese people have a special interest in ceramic tiles. The exterior walls of old buildings are all covered with ceramic tiles. Museum collects all kinds of beautiful ceramic tile products. Ceramic tile is not only a work of art, but also a record of history. Many decorations on ceramic tiles record historical events of different periods and reflect different cultural characteristics. While appreciating arts and crafts, they are also a journey of history and culture.
The Ceramic Tile Museum, located in Lisbon's urban area, is a famous museum with ceramic tile as its theme. It contains a large number of ancient ceramic tile paintings. After visiting the museum, it was found that the original ceramic tile is so beautiful. Free visit
I was not familiar with ceramic tiles until I visited them and found that the art of ceramic tiles was worth appreciating. This ceramic tile museum can see many ceramic tile exhibitions. Portuguese people display their art on the ceramic tile very delicately and beautifully. What they appreciate most is a huge Lisbon landscape tile. The painter is very professional.
The Ceramic Tile Museum is a small museum in Lisbon. It has not only beautiful tiles to visit, but also many lovely and delicate souvenirs.