Thursday Doors, Évora in Portugal

I like doors (and windows), I especially like old doors, you may have noticed?  I cannot help but wonder how many people have passed through or looked through them and what stories they could tell.  Here are some old doors and windows from the city of Évora in the south of Portugal.

Click on an image to scroll through the Gallery…

Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments’ on Norm’s site, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American Eastern Time).


20 responses to “Thursday Doors, Évora in Portugal

  1. These are such romantic doors. I love all the balconies too. Thanks for sharing.


  2. As always, a great selection of doors Andrew.


  3. Another excellent set of Portuguese doors, and my weekly reminder of Ron Atkinson and “Early doors”.
    I bet there’s somebody out there who actually works out, or makes up, the story of the famous people who walked through all these doors. And then he or she turns it into a blog by telling the story of those people.
    I wonder if I can remember that germ of an idea until April 1st.
    My favourite picture, by the way, is the one with the two young men lit up. It’s an excellent kick start for a train of thought.


  4. Love these doors, and how would anyone NOT know you love old doors, eh??!


  5. Lovely doors and windows! Next week I will go in my Evora folder and post some doors I found in Evora.


  6. Your usual excellent set

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  7. Some lovely old beauties here. Those tiny very unsafe looking little Juliet Balconies make me nervous though.
    Nice collection.


  8. That is an interesting selection of really worn doors..


  9. The old ones are the best and the window in the door was certainly a bonus!


  10. Same here, I love older doors better.

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  11. There’s just something about shabby chic doors that people seem to like. They would, however, look completely wrong and bizarre on most houses in the States, where so much is newer.



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