My contribution to Thursday Doors this week is a second installment of doors I found in Alicante (a city on the east coast of Spain) from a trip my husband and I took in September.
This week, I’m featuring the square where you’ll find the Concatedral San Nicolás. This cathedral, in honor of Saint Nicholas, was designed between 1610 and 1615 by Agustín Bernardino. It was constructed between 1613 and 1662 in a Herrerian Renaissance style and is located in the old quarter of the city.
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed. Happy December to you all!