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Doors in the Old Town of Carcassonne

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“I feel very adventurous. There are so many doors to be opened, and I’m not afraid to look behind them.” – Elizabeth Taylor

Carcassonne is a hilltop town in southern France. It is famous for its medieval citadel called La Cite, which has numerous towers and defensive walls.

This is for Norm’s Thursday Doors featuring the doors of the medieval town of Carcassonne.

Some Fridge magnets from the shops. They’re so pretty!

This is one of the entry doors to the castle of La Cite in Carcassonne.

Different doors in the Old town.

A church in the town.

Restaurants in the old town.

An abandoned house with a steel door.

13 Replies to “Doors in the Old Town of Carcassonne”

  1. Great finds. Your first shot with the collection of ceramic artwork reminds me of something similar we brought back from Italy that has a blue door on it. I should probably use it in a post at some point too 🙂

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