what is the meaning of aulejo, used "Corredor - chão em tijoleira, lambrim em aulejo"
Corredor - chão em tijoleira, lambrim em aulejo
de si las casas olían o no a aulejo, es decir, a tocino oa cerdo añejos, o por el contrario se
Plomeria aulejo loseta ceramica yeso pastas pintura colocacio de todo tipo de impermeabilizantes y tirol
My grasp of Portuguese is not good enough to be absolutely sure, but it seems like the peculiar text you have quoted is trying to make a distinction between two types of "aulejo". One that could mean stale bacon, and another that refers to ceramic tiles.
Very helpful, thank you, getting closer...
I recommend two wonderful books on the art of aulejo: - "Azulejos du Portugal" aux éditions Citadelles et Mazenod - "Azulejos Portugal" published Citadels and Mazenod - "Les métamorphes de l'Azur" aux éditions ARS latina - "The shapeshifters of the Azure" published ARS latina
I found this. Seems to me that it could be a little helpful for you. You might think it has something to do with blue as well?
Azulejos significa tiles en inglés.
It seems to be used in Portuguese as well as Spanish
Is it Portuguese?