Wooden Doors in Churches

Ubeda
La Chaise Dieu
Frigiliana
Granada
Granada
Salamanca

Thursday Doors

7 thoughts on “Wooden Doors in Churches

  1. Oh, yes, magnificent doors! From different towns, but such a similar style. A little anecdote: I was hosting a bunch of Spanish poetesses in Slovenia once and I wished to tell them how in my high school days, many classmates went to the town on your last photo to study Spanish (we were a linguistic class with Spanish as the second foreign language). What I said though was: “I was never in Spain myself, but many of my friends went to learn Spanish in Casablanca.” 😀 And we laughed and laughed, Joey would say.

    As always, thank you for your contribution.

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