After the modern automatic doors at Limoges’ railway station a few weeks ago, here is something much older from the city’s medieval quarter, very close to the Cathedral of St. Étienne. It’s obviously a bespoke job.
Thursday Doors 31 March 2016
Category: Doors Tagged: Doors, Limoges, Medieval, Thursday Doors
Definitely built to accommodate the structure around it! Good one.
Oh I love this one. They literally built the door to fit the space 😀
Indeed. Although the real question is how the space got to be that shape in the first place.
That’s such a unique door. I really like it.
As the top step settles they add more boards on the bottom? Great photo of a great door!
Love that shot of this door; the tilt of the door to the left and the tilt of the steps in the other direction gives you a real feel of this place.
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