This abandoned building in the centre of the city of Cahors isn’t old enough to benefit from the preservation efforts that go into maintaining the medieval part, but is no longer modern enough to have any practical use.
This derelict building in the medieval centre of the town of Cahors, in southern France, still has stained glass in its upper part, which gives some indication of how grand it must once have been. #MondayWindow.
Remember Cahors? Well there are still a couple of week’s worth of doors to see. The previous Cahors post (way back at the end of May, would you believe?) featured ornately carved doors, so for the sake of continuity, here’s another one:
In similar, if plainer vein:
And a few steps to add a little interest:
Here’s a rectangular door that’s been jemmied into an old arched frame:
Nothing so fancy in this example:
And finally, this is quite possibly one of the best doors in Cahors – and that’s really saying something: