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- Alto Douro: Estação Ferroviária do Pinhão
- Angra do Heroismo: Azulejos
- Belem: Azulejos in the refectory of the Monastery
- Bursa and Cumalikizik: Green Mosque, is covered with Iznik glazed tiles (AB ev)
- Changdeokgung Palace Complex: Seonjeongjeon still has the old-style glazed blue tiles, that once were common in Korea. Now Changdeokgung is one of the only places in Korea these tiles can still be found
- Erbil Citadel: On the minaret
- Evora: Azulejos
- Humayun's Tomb
- Imperial Palace: Beijing Imperial palace for its yellow glazed tiles.
- Ironbridge Gorge: Tile factory in Jackfield
- Istanbul: Blue Mosque
- Itchan Kala
- Lima: The Monastery of San Francisco had an azulejos workshop (AB ev), and there are still several in situ at both the Monastery and the Cathedral
- Makli, Thatta: Jama Mosque
- Masjed-e Jâme'
- Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi
- Meidan Emam, Esfahan
- Minaret of Jam
- Monastery of Alcobaça: In the kitchen of the monastery
- Mount Taishan: Azure Cloud Goddess Temple
- Mount Wutai: Pusading Temple, one of the few temples that allowed to use imperial yellow glazed tiles.
- Mudejar Architecture of Aragon: "it is characterized by an extremely refined and inventive use of brick and glazed tiles in architecture" (AB ev)
- Naples: Santa Chiara
- Oporto: Azulejos
- Palau de la Musica Catalana and Hospital de Sant Pau
- Puebla: Azulejos
- Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans: ornately patterned, glazed tile roofs (AB ev)
- Rohtas Fort: The tiles on Shishi gate are the earliest example of the usage of glazed tiles that became popular with the Mughals.
- Safi al-Din Ensemble in Ardabil : Tomb Tower of Shaykh Safi
- Selimiye Mosque: Iznik tiles
- Sintra: Azulejos
- Site of Xanadu: glazed tiles were found (AB ev)
- Soltaniyeh: The applied decoration is virtually a ‘museum’ of glazed tile work and painted stucco. (AB ev)
- São Luis: Azulejos
- Temple of Heaven
- University of Coimbra: Azulejos in the main university building
- Works of Antoni Gaudí
- Yazd: Jame mosque: the portal's facade is decorated from top to bottom in dazzling tile work, predominantly blue in colour. (wiki)
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