Thursday Doors: Cahors – The End

And finally my store of doors in the town of Cahors is exhausted.

Another characteristically carved door (with a rather incongruous entryphone):

A typical church door:

A more modern – and more dilapidated – example, formerly a grocery to judge by the faded sign:

Echoing one of last week’s offerings, another door in a repurposed doorway:

The last place we visited in Cahors was the cemetery. It is common for old French cemeteries to feature elaborate family mausolea and here are two prime examples:

Thursday Doors 27 September 2018

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