Paris – Doors (Notre Dame)

It’s Thursday!  I have been looking forward to this all week.

Below are a few of my favorite doors from my recent trip to Paris.  There are too many to share in one post so I will likely provide more in coming weeks.  I hope you enjoy.  And as always, I come home from a trip like this wanting to replace the door on my own house…

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Door inside the Notre Dame

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Door outside the Notre Dame. This door has actually made an appearance on my blog once before. But, look at it! It is magnificent.

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Door outside the Notre Dame. It’s spectacular.

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Some Graffiti on what look like an old doorway in the Siene just below the Notre Dame

Check out some of my previous doors from France and all over the world by clicking here.

Thanks to Norm 2.0 for inspiring me to share my doors!

Cee has also had a great door challenge recently that is well worth visiting!

 

 

43 thoughts on “Paris – Doors (Notre Dame)

    • That’s for sure. And all of the old doors just fit in perfectly in Paris. They wouldn’t fit in where I live at ALL. But, I still wish I had one. It seems they almost strive to have old doors. New doors stick out like a soar thumb.

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  1. Three very different doors. The first seems strong and practical, the second ornate and churchy, and the third modern. I can see where one and two might not fit your house, but how about number three? Could the right mural artist capture who you are and place it on your door? I am sure you would be the talk of the neighborhood. 🙂 –Curt

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  2. Great choice Jenny. The cathedral took about 2 centuries to finish. And it was started almost a millnium ago… I normally spend a while sitting in front of Notre-Dame to look at the details. I still remember, early sixties when they cleaned all the soot of centuries and the marvels were uncovered. 🙂
    (The street art is new. Wasn’t there last summer. I’ll look it up.)
    Be good.

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