Doorways around the world

I’ve always loved doors and doorways. Imagine my delight when I came across this blog, Doorways around the world.

Here are a couple of my favourite doorways:


The Art Nouveau entrance to a jeweler’s shop in Montblanc, a medieval walled town in Catalunya, Spain.


Elevator door in an apartment building in the Casa Batlló, Barcelona (Antoni Gaudí, 1907). 

If you are even remotely interested in doors, doorways or architecture, check out this blog.

2 thoughts on “Doorways around the world”

  1. Hi Tania,

    I don’t believe this. I really want to visit this building next year when I am on LSL. It is one of my all time favourite places. My sister and her partner went there last year and the year before and fell in love with it. They brought me back the plans and lots of photos. Check out my blog from July 22nd. I think we have a lot in common. Great post. Marie

  2. Isn’t that the most beautiful door, Marie! Just like water.
    Now I remember your July post – just checked it again. Wouldn’t it be fantastic to see. I suspect we do have a lot in common. By the way, I’ve missed so many posts on your blog because my preview seems to miss new stuff. Must read now.

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