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Tiling Collection

Tiling is an art form that transcends borders and cultures, as evident in the intricate designs found throughout the world

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Tiling Collection: Door, Essaouira, Morocco, North Africa, Africa
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Tiling Collection: Map of Italy and the Mediterranean made out of ceramic tiles on a street in Seville
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Tiling Collection: Cover for Brochure advertising Triplex Grates / Ranges
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Tiling Collection: Silhouette of men in a pub
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Tiling Collection: Quasicrystal
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Tiling Collection: Laundry hanging from window in the Ribeira Quarter, Oporto, Portugal, Europe
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Tiling Collection: Attarine Madrasah, Fez, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Morocco, North Africa, Africa
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Tiling Collection: Virgin and Child mosaic in St. Georges Orthodox church, Madaba, Jordan, Middle East
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Tiling Collection: Interior of a bar in the Santa Cruz district of Seville
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Tiling Collection: A London Underground platform at Bank station
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Tiling Collection: Brochure advertising Triplex Grates / Ranges
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Tiling Collection: Mosaic from the portico of the Generalife, 1907. Creator: Unknown
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Tiling Collection: Entrance hall corridor, Woolwich Town Hall, SE London
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Tiling Collection: Turkey. Istanbul. Mausoleum of Roxela
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Tiling Collection: Mosaic floor, House of Dionysos, Quarter of the Theatre, archaeological site
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Tiling Collection: Iznik tiles adorning the circumcision room at Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe
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Tiling Collection: Post Office at Algeria
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Tiling Collection: Tiling around blue window, Shrine of Hazrat Ali, Mazar-i-Sharif, Balkh, Afghanistan, Asia
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Tiling Collection: French kitchen (b / w photo)
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Tiling Collection: Vichy, France - Bathroom
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Tiling Collection: Fountain decorated with mosaics at the entrance to Parc Guell, Barcelona
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Tiling Collection: Vichy - Source Lucas spring at the spa
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Tiling Collection: Ornate bronze doorway, Royal Palace, Fez el-Jedid, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa
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Tiling Collection: Medieval floor tiles DP248332
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Tiling Collection: The International Exhibition: mosaic pavement by Minton, 1862. Creator: Unknown
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Tiling Collection: Gateway to the Fort of San Miguel, Luanda, Angola, Africa
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Tiling Collection: Moorish Bathhouse - Algeria
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Tiling Collection: Hexagonal paving DP251002
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Tiling Collection: Ornate detail with coloured tiles, Royal Palace, Fez-el-Jedid, Fez (Fes), Morocco
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Tiling Collection: Coloured tiles,
Royal Palace,
Fez-el-Jedid,
Fez (Fes)
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Tiling Collection: A chef roasting pork at traditional Spanish restaurant, Botin, Madrid, Spain
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Tiling Collection: Spain, Barcelona, Casa Batllo, roof architecture and ceramic tiles
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Tiling Collection: Geometric design of tiles of wall
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Tiling Collection: Indoor Venetian pool, Hearst Castle, San Simeon, California, United States of America, North America
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Tiling Collection: Interior, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmark
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Tiling Collection: Carreaux incrustes (engraving)
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Tiling Collection: Tiles, from the step pyramid of Djoser, Saqqara, Old Kingdom, 2667-2648 BC (faience)
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Tiling Collection: Azulejos tiles from the throne of the Sultans from the Patio de las Doncellas (faience)
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Tiling Collection: The Zetland Hotel in Middlesbrough is a hidden Victorian gem
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Tiling Collection: Ulugh Beg Observatory Museum, also known as Ulugbek Observatory Museum, Samarkand
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Tiling Collection: The arch in the Coronation Hall, in the Ark Fortress, Registan Square, Bukhara
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Tiling Collection: Medieval stone mosaic, (1898). Creator: Unknown
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Tiling Collection: The interior of Mughal emperor Akbars Tomb
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Tiling Collection: Entrance to the Court of the Lions, 19th century, (1907). Creator: Unknown
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Tiling Collection: Mosaics in the Baths, 1907. Creator: Unknown
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Tiling Collection: Interior View, Taken from the Hall of the Two Sisters, 19th century, (1907). Creator: Unknown
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Tiling Collection: View in the Hall of the Two Sisters, 19th century, (1907). Creator: Unknown
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Tiling Collection: Hall of the Two Sisters, 19th century, (1907). Creator: Unknown


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Tiling is an art form that transcends borders and cultures, as evident in the intricate designs found throughout the world. From the vibrant doorways of Essaouira, Morocco in North Africa to the mesmerizing quasicrystal patterns adorning brochure covers for Triplex Grates/Ranges, tiling showcases its versatility. In Seville, Spain, a map of Italy and the Mediterranean made entirely out of ceramic tiles graces a street, captivating passersby with its detailed craftsmanship. Meanwhile, a silhouette of men enjoying their time at a pub creates an ambiance that only tiled walls can provide. Traveling further west to Oporto, Portugal in Europe reveals laundry hanging from windows in the Ribeira Quarter - an everyday scene turned into a picturesque display against tiled facades. The Attarine Madrasah in Fez stands proudly as a UNESCO World Heritage Site showcasing Moroccan tiling expertise. Venturing eastward to Madaba, Jordan in the Middle East unravels mosaic wonders such as the Virgin and Child mosaic within St. Georges Orthodox church - an awe-inspiring testament to ancient artistry preserved through time. Returning to Seville's Santa Cruz district unveils yet another masterpiece: the interior of a bar adorned with meticulously placed tiles that exude warmth and charm. A tiled picture depicting Mary and Jesus on another street adds spiritual depth to this vibrant cityscape. Further back in history lies Generalife's portico mosaic from 1907; although its creator remains unknown, their legacy lives on through this breathtaking work of art. Even London's Bank station boasts elegant tiling on its Underground platform – proof that even utilitarian spaces can be transformed into visual delights through skillful tilework. From doors to brochures covers and maps to religious icons – tiling has become more than just decoration; it is now an integral part of our cultural heritage worldwide.