Doors Are Everywhere

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.” – Joseph Campbell

Here is a collection of doors that I hope you’d enjoy. It is from some of the places that I have visited and I just want to share it with all of you, through Norm’s Thursday Doors Challenge.

A door in The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

The entire Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate in Monaco lights up when the sun goes down.

The Temple of Romulus is an example of a well preserved Roman monument

The Calvary Chapel on Petrin Hill in Prague

Entrance door of the Cathedral of Pisa, Italy, with it’s bronze relief sculptures of the New Testament.

Entrance door of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

This is one enormous gate. The Porta Nuova, one of the gates into town in Assisi, Italy.

A lavender shop in Assisi, Italy where they sell everything and anything lavender.

The details of the main door of the Florence Cathedral


2 thoughts on “Doors Are Everywhere

  1. Wow what an impressive collection.
    Lots of ornate details in several of these; it’s hard to pick a favourite.
    The view out the Porta Nuova in Assisi is spectacular. Thanks for sharing these 🙂

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