Thursday Doors: Spain

Doors of Spain

Charming Moorish door at the famous Royal Alcázar of Seville
Doors to Cuenca Cathedral
Casa Batlló – a famous building designed by the famous architect Gaudí
Doorway to Montjuïc Castle in Barcelona
A door in historic Ronda with many stories to tell
We could’ve spend all day at the stunning Royal Alcázar of Seville
A door to Cathedral de Córdoba
A lavish bank door in Barcelona
Door to Montjuïc Castle in Barcelona
National Archaeological Museum in Madrid
One of the doors to Palacios Nazaríes, a residence of the kings of Granada, built in the 13th century
Castle door to Royal Alcázar of Seville
Doors to Horno de San Buenaventura, Europes oldest bakery
The entrance to the most famous building of Spain – The Basílica de la Sagrada Família in Barcelona
The unique door to Sagrada Família, a large unfinished Roman Catholic minor basilica designed by Gaudí
A church door in Seville
Door to Catedral de Granada
A castle door in Ronda
One of the many brightly yellow-hued painted doorways at Royal Alcázar of Seville
One of the private doors inside Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba
Beautiful tall building on one of the corners in Granada
Doors to a Flamenco show in Seville
A door to Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba
Our quaint and lovely hotel on the mountaintop city of Ronda
Lovely Moorish doors in Seville

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14 Comments

    1. Yes, variety indeed! Spain has a variety of influence you can see in the architecture, ranging from Moorish, Gothic Spanish, to Romanesque. Looking back we DEFINITELY want to return to Spain 🇪🇸. We love how chock-full of history it is. We especially loved the older towns like Ronda, while still appreciating the towns of Barcelona and Madrid.

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