Thursday Doors, 11/7/19: Koper

Today I had to post before Norm does (find him in this post) since I’m off to Slovenia, and to celebrate it rained after terrible heat and here are some Slovenian doors from the largest Slovenian port city.

Koper – on account of this being bilingual territory it also goes by its Italian name Capodistria – is one of the last places I visited last summer before returning home to Tuscany after two months in Slovenia. This is the second post with its doors and chances are there will be the third. (The first is here.)

I was impressed at how similar these doors are to the Italian ones and yet you know exactly that you are no longer in Italy. Or not yet.

Have a look and see you tomorrow right here since I’m hosting Friendly Friday photo challenge again to help out Snow with Melting Somewhere. I wonder what theme she comes up with.

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.

23 Comments

  1. That orange and blue, round holes, too, really is spectacular, especially in that courtyard of color! However, arches. Oh the arches on the palace. Love!

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  2. What a lovely courtyard, packed with colours. I would have been delighted to stumble there accidentally. One of my fave doors here is the “well lived in” door, and I like how you describe it. And the Hearing Loss door is gorgeous! Thanks for keeping us bloggified while you’re on the road. I hope the travel went smoothly and safely.

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    1. Thank you, Crystal. Oh yes, it was smooth despite some road works that caused stoppages. Bloggified is a great word. 😀 I shall attempt to keep it up as I’m planning to stay here for a while. I’m glad you like the doors and captions. 🙂

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