Thursday Doors: Bussiere-Poitevine (4)

A fourth instalment of doors from the village of Bussière-Poitevine. (We’re almost done here, I promise.)

By definition, it wouldn’t be a village if it didn’t have a church:

In last week’s post I showed an old shopfront. Here’s another:

Sometimes you need to look around you a little more carefully than usual to spot some interesting doors, like these two sets of ground-level cellar doors that happen to be opposite each other on the same street:

And down a little endroit:

Just a basic example, although the stonework is quite striking:

Thursday Doors 3 October 2019

2 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Bussiere-Poitevine (4)

  1. The handle on the old shop door seems practical on the angle like that. And so much of a whispering history here – esp with the empty storefront window and those basement doors…

  2. Another solid collection. For some reason I seem to have a “thing” for cellar doors and both these ones push all the right buttons for me.

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