Thursday Doors – Paris

I’ve been thinking about Paris more than usual lately. Google Photos has been sending me daily reminders of a visit I made a year ago this week. I’ve enjoyed the trips down memory lane, and look forward to the day when non-essential travel returns.

One place that I discovered during that visit to Paris was Le Grande Mosquée. It immediately became a favourite in a city with so much to offer.

Because it’s also nearing the end of Ramadan, I thought it would be fitting to share a fantastic door from the mosque for this week’s door submission.

What’s so great is that this is just one of many doors to fall in love with at Le Grande Mosquée.

If you’re interested in checking out my full post, it can be found here.

Bonne journée!

Marla


Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments section over at Norm’s blog, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).

14 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – Paris

  1. Wow, that door is beautifully crafted! My hubs is a finished carpenter and one of his specialties is doors and worked in those ritzy Southern Californian neighborhoods (when we lived in Los Angeles’ suburbs), so I know this one is awesome! How are you faring, Blog Friend?

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    1. Oh wow, that takes a lot of skill!
      I’m pretty good. I’ve lost track of days but am enjoying working from home. I hope that you’re keeping well and safe too (I think I remember you said you live pretty remotely)?

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  2. I adore la Grande Mosquée. Such a beautiful gem in Paris. Stepping inside makes you feel as if you’re transported to Morocco. The cafe is also incredible, with delicious mint tea and decadent sweets to pass the afternoon. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Head over to Norm’s site (link at the bottom of my post) for the run down on how to participate. It’s open to anyone and everyone.

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