The following photos are my contribution to Thursday Doors, a door-lovers group hosted by Norm Frampton. As is often the case, I am late to the party. It was another busy week with a bit of the flu mixed in.
As promised, this week’s door post is another one from Montpellier, southern France. The name of the city easily rolls off the tongue. It’s fun to say! And, the city was fun to romp around in, especially the side streets and alleyways.
Side streets that open out into hidden squares are especially magical.
This one led us to the Eglise Saint-Roch. This majestic cathedral was built in 1868. It is named after the patron saint of Montpellier.
Across the street from the front steps of the cathedral is the Montpellier trompe l’oeil, a building with a blend of real and fake windows and doors.
It was nice to chill a while around the Saint Roch square before heading back out to discover more of the city.
I’ll have more photos of doors from Montpellier next week. Thank you for stopping by and have a nice weekend!
If you would like to see more doors from all around the globe, visit Norm’s.