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Did you know that “azulejo” means “small polished stone” in Arabic?
From churches and palaces to park seats and railway stations, Portuguese azulejo tiles are everywhere in Lisbon and they are deeply embedded in the country’s history and culture: Azulejos date as far back as the 13th century, when the Moors invaded the land that now belongs to Portugal.
Become inspired by visiting a tradition tiles factory and get your hand to work: make your own Azulejo, and create a unique masterpiece!
A great traditional activity to be carried out in group!