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San Miguel de Allende’s Thursday Doors

The town of San Miguel de Allende is fascinating in its history, its people, its streets, its architecture, its windows, its churches, and of course, its doors.

So in this week’s Thursday Doors Challenge by Norm I’m featuring just a few of the entries I have discovered. In weeks to come, I will feature more unusual, beautiful, worn and unused doors I’ve found on my miles of walking in this lovely city.



I loved the curtain that covered the entrance to this abode, and the aging of the building shown in the upper right corner.


The combination of the wood door and the glass window above and theΒ stone outline is charming.


This flower draped entry catches one’s eye and makes you linger for a moment to just breath and enjoy.

20 thoughts on “San Miguel de Allende’s Thursday Doors

  1. I can’t put my finger on why exactly, but that 2nd one really stuck with me.
    Perhaps it’s the aged/worn look of the wood.
    In any case, nice finds this week πŸ™‚


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