Thursday Doors: Loches

The town of Loches, in central France (not far from Chédigny) was, in medieval times, the seat of the kings of France and there are many interesting – some long-neglected – doors in and around the old citadel that dominates the moderrn townscape.


At the base of the citadel is this door, that obviously hasn’t been used in a very long time:


And nor has this one, which comes from a time when disabled access was not something anyone thought about:


For sumptuousness of decor, though, the main door of the Collégiale church is impressive:


Thursday Doors 9 June 2016


13 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Loches

  1. Such gems 🙂 Love those double arches, but really I love the old black wooden door best.

  2. The last image – doors within doors – looks almost like a collage. They are all very evocative.

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