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To fully understand the craftsmanship that goes into making the ubiquitous azulejos, visit this magnificent museum at the 16th-century Madre de Deus convent and cloister. Full review →
The room showing some of the oldest, multicolored tiles—from the 15th and 16th centuries—reopened in late 2013 after refurbishing. Full review →
The oldest azulejos are displayed on the walls of the great cloister and the small Manueline cloister: note the panoramic view of Lisbon before 1755 and the chapter house over the nave. Full review →