Thursday Doors: Greece

The marvelous country of Greece was part of our seven-month journey around the world in 2018. To see more about this trip check it out here.

Greece, a delightful country with white sand beaches, deeply-rooted history, and brightly-colored architecture. Join us in exploring Greece and it’s many eye-catching doors on the islands and mainland.

Klima, Milos – The most colorful fishing village in Greece
Love the combination of the red and white on this hotel in Mykonos
The famous Santorini View, through the door of the Metropolis Str restaurant
This calm-blue door is easy on the eyes (Santorini)
Such a lovely entrance on this building in Mykonos
Small lighthouse off the shore of the Aegean Sea on the island of Milos
Whitewashed boat houses and old brightly-colored doors line the waterfront in this fishing village of Klima, Milos
This red wooden door opens up to the amazing view of the Aegean Sea – the well-known Santorini View
The Palace of Minos at Knossos on Crete – “Europe’s Oldest City”. Settlements as early as the Neolithic period.
Charming color on the doors of this seaside church in Santorini
Doors inside The Holy Monastery of Great Meteoron in the famous and incredible Meteora
Back of the Byzantine Orthodox Greek church In Athens
Vividly blue-painted doors are common throughout Greece (this was taken in Santorini)
The doors to a church in south-central Greece
Front of an Byzantine OFront of an Byzantine Orthodox Greek church in Athensrthodox Greek church in Athens
Several buildings on the old streets near The Byzantine Wall of Chania on the island of Crete
Doors (and building) in desperate need of repair in Crete
Big red wooden door part of a building along The Byzantine Wall of Chania on the island of Crete
A coastal church in Klima, Milos

Follow our leader, Dan, to see doors from all over the world, or add your doors too, look HERE!

JOIN IN ON A "DOORSCUSION" WITH US AND SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS. Did you enjoy a walk through a history of doors? Which was your favorite door? You can also add your doors too. We will be sure to follow along. Leave a comment.

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