RMPCTABC–Manueline Window with Nautical Motifs and the Cruciate Cordon, Tomar Fortress, Knights Templar, Templar, UNESCO Heritage, Tomar, Santarém District, Portugal, Europe, Convento da Ordem de Christo
RMD6P2MH–The Neo-Manueline facade of Rossio railway station, at night, in the Baixa district of Lisbon, Portugal, Europe
RFPMXHCN–Batalha, Portugal. Monastery of Batalha aka Santa Maria da Vitoria Abbey. Facade with Portal in Gothic and Manuelino aka Manueline style
RMD1G2R3–Manueline style Chapterhouse, Convent of Christ (Convento de Cristo), Tomar, Ribatejo, Portugal, Europe
RMRM2GPA–Manueline Arcade in the Silence Cloister of Santa Cruz Monastery, Sofia Area, Coimbra, Baixo Mondego, Centro Region, Portugal, Europe.
RMKERXK6–Chapterhouse Window, Convent of Christ or Convento de Cristo, Tomar, Ribatejo Province, Portugal
RMF1DD49–The window, Janela do Capítulo , of the Convent of Christ in Tomar is a well-known example of Manueline style
RFMAET7F–The Monastery of Santa Maria da Vitoria in Batalha, one of the most important Gothic places in Portugal. A World Heritage Site since 1983
RFRBPE7B–Ornately carved columns decorate the exterior of the Bussaco Palace Hotel in Portugal
RMPJ5K53–Manueline choir (1515), Convento de Cristo, Convent of Christ, Tomar, Portugal
RMB9JDX5–Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, Jeronimos Monastery, 16th century, Claustro, two-storied cloister in Manueline style, Praca do Imperio,
RMFGWCMC–Lisbon, Portugal. The 16th century Torre de Belem. The tower is an important example of Manueline architecture
RMT8YAX9–The main portal of Santa Maria de Belém church, Jerónimos monastery (Hieronymites Monastery), in manueline style. Lisbon, Portugal
RMF2C2MW–Portugal, Belmonte: Manueline window of the medieval castle ruin
RMM593JP–Batalha Monastery Late Gothic architecture in Portugal, intermingled with the Manueline style), Batalha, Leiria Region, Portugal
RMBRRB8X–Manueline architecture, Bussaco Palace Hotel, Portugal
RFHYYDY5–Cloister and facade with Manueline window, Convento de Cristo, Tomar, Portugal
RF2RCX710–Manueline Pillory on the terrace of the Cathedral, Porto, Portugal.
RMC9CCGJ–Rossio Station neo-Manueline horshoe shaped entrance, built in 1886-7 by Jose Luis Monteiro, Lisbon Portugal
RMDEF9W5–Manueline style church tower Alte Algarve Portugal
RMAN47TN–Portugal, the Ribatejo, Tomar, Manueline Style Window Chapter House Of The Convento Do Cristo
RFPMXHCF–Batalha, Portugal. Monastery of Batalha aka Santa Maria da Vitoria Abbey. Facade with Portal in Gothic and Manuelino aka Manueline style
RFKKM5JT–The cloisters in Jeronimos Monastery in Lisbon, Portugal, showing the characteristic detailed carvings of Manueline architecture.