Thursday Doors, 14/3/19: Massa Marittima

This town was the discovery of last year. Here are some of its doors.

The impression Massa Marittima made was such that I must include it among my favourite middle Italian towns as listed here.

Today’s photos are from my first visit with my parents last May and I just had to return in the autumn to bring here travelling Norm and Honey, indeed the same Norm that has been hosting Thursday Doors for quite a while.

In this way he can compare these doors with the ones he captured. The route that we took was similar but not the same, which means that I have more doors to show from the second visit. Yay!

I have already showed you the first impression of the place with the doors of grand magnificent buildings on my previous blog over here, and today have a look at the doors as you discover them once you take one of the small streets around town.

I think I was most surprised at the lack of tourists. Italy has so much to offer that such a pretty town can fly under the tourist radar. Fine this way. I shall be back.

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.

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    1. Thank you, Romana! Miles and miles of closed doors have passed through my blogs over the years, and some open ones. 🙂 I love them just how they are, even if there is not much life behind them any more. It’s just right that most of them are closed – one can take only that many chances by walking through select open ones.

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  1. What a great idea for a post! Your photos are lovely. And I love the captions you give each one. These doors have so much character! I like how they pay attention to their doors there, turning them into works of art instead of just plain, utilitarian holes in the wall. And I enjoyed seeing how each door reflected the personality of the place within! Very Nice!

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    1. Thank you so much, Lindsay, for careful viewing and kind words. I’ve been posting doors on Thursday for a loooong time. Here in Italy it’s so easy to find mesmerising doors, they really pay attention to everything, style-wise. By now I check out doors everywhere I go, it’s a habit. 🙂

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  2. Great shots and yes, a few of these do look familiar. Some of the things I remember most about that visit: the long climb up to the top of that street and yes, how few tourists there seemed to be.
    I’d go back again if I were you too 😀

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  3. I like the Farmacia door and the one Bestia is approving. But of course they’re all wonderful. Not sure about the skinny one being very welcoming, though. 🙂 To find such a lovely town without too many tourists is a great find!

    janet

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