Thursday Doors – Paris

Normally for my Thursday Doors posts I share images of full doors and entrances. This week I thought I’d do something a little different. I’ll share close up shots of the smaller details that I’ve fallen in love with while walking around Paris during my many visits.

Let me know in the comments section below which is your favourite.

This last photo was taken at Le Grande Mosquée, which is one of my favourite places to visit in Paris. To see my full post I previously wrote, click here.


Thursday Doors is a weekly event facilitated by Dan. If you’re interested in participating, check out Dan’s blog.

20 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – Paris

    1. Thanks Janet. My personal favourite is the very last one from the mosque, followed by the lion. But I love how the details vary from door to door, giving everyone something to admire regardless of their tastes. It’s a feast for the eyes. ❤️

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  1. Hi
    I don’t have a favorite but the last one was a nice ending to bookend the post! And thanks for such a classic touch of Paris
    I imagine that this is the Paris Victor Hugo experienced

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    1. Not to brag or anything but I feel like I’d be pretty quick. I’ve got a bag of tools for the job. Sawa, hoes and such. Haha

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  2. First one’s a stunner– I don’t know how the photo was taken to scale, but if the hole really is that big, then one could technically leap through it! 😉

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