Earlier this summer we went on a coach trip which included a visit to the Chateau at Azay-Le-Ferron, in central France. Dating back in parts to the 13th century, it is a pretty impressive edifice and, as you would expect, it’s got some rather interesting doors.
Note the date on this first example: 1302.
The family who lived here for centuries were very keen on what we’d today describe as ‘blood sports’, as illustrated here:
Over the centuries, the original building has been modified and extended, so not all the doors ‘match’:
Even the gateway to the extensive ornamental gardens has some character:
And the church just outside the gates doesn’t stint on the architecture:
Thursday Doors 25 July 2019
Nice doors, especially the last one 👍🏼
Love those graduated arches! Great post!
Architecturally speaking anything that old is going to get my attention any day and this place would be no exception. You captured some wonderful doors as well. Thanks for the tour 🙂
Incredible collection of doors! =)