The town of Rochechouart is dominated by its medieval Chateau. It has a cloister, in one corner of which are these intriguing doors (and unusual ‘candy cane’ columns).
Thursday Doors 7 April 2016
Category: Doors Tagged: Architecture, Chateau de Rochechouart, Doors, France, Medieval, Rochechouart, Thursday Doors
There’s a little bit of an optical illusion going on here, but I’m enjoying it.
I see what you mean; quite unintentional though.
Oh the history in this place – wonderful choice!
Love the arch play. A bit surreal.
If the walls (or rather doors) could talk! Amazing! 🙂
Beautiful buildings, I don’t think I’ve ever seen pillars like that before.
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