Tiled floors from around the world.
Richly coloured hallway with doors leading through to a bust on a plinth in the Thorvaldsen Museum of Sculptures in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tiled floor of the church in Mold, one of a trio of tiny perfect towns in northeast Wales.
Floor tiles in Talpa, one of Mexico’s Pueblos Magicos in the Pacific high sierras. Seating around the hearth in the El Greco Museo in Toledo, showing the traditional terracotta floor tiles interspersed with simple black and white geometric tiles that would show up in a home built in the 1500s AD.
Mosaic floor in Clunia, an extensive Roman ruin in Spain. Near Sooke, a fun town on the east coast of Vancouver Island. “During the 1920s the hotel gained local importance as it housed the area’s only telephone… ‘Ma’ Wilson operated the 17 Mile House from 1940 until 1970. It was she who had the distinctive tile floor installed…”Tiled floor with prayer mats in front of an altar at an Inle Lake Monastery in Myanmar.A checkered walkway leads up to an arched door in Córdoba, Argentina. Islamic geometric tiles provide a beautiful wall and floors in Marrekesh, Morocco. Mosaic Floor in St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Galway, Ireland. The marble inlay floor surrounds the tomb in the mausoleum of the ‘Baby Taj’ in Agra, India.
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