We’re in Trogir, Croatia and throughly enjoying our time here. If you missed my first post on this island city and would like to learn more, look HERE! That post includes one of Trogir’s famous doors! First, a glance around, before we cross the bridge to get to the island!
You can see from this photo, (one of my favorites), how everything is tucked in here and there. It’s a maze of doors!
One of my favorite doors was this one! I especially liked the purple pots and matching petunias, that went with it!
Or you could have an alligator outside your door!
The Monastery of St Nicholas is just one of ten churches on this small island.
and this is another entrance to the Cathedral of St Lawrence………….not as fancy as the front.
We didn’t miss the little door here!
Trogir is like a rabbit warren, go under here………..
But, eventually you turn up on the other side of the island………….
and go through the back gate……….Do you see the little door in the big door? A step stool would be handy to reach the handle!
The new-ish door and the town gate make a good comparison!
We’re outside the town walls………and now we can weave our way back through to the other side of the island, to catch our bus back to Split! Oh, if I must, I must. It won’t be a hardship, that’s for sure!
There are several more stops, before we leave Croatia! So follow me along!
Have a great door week! Look here to see what others are doing for Norm’s Doors!
It’s easy to do Norm’s Doors. Photograph some doors and post them to Thursday Doors on Thursday!
PS All photos were taken on our IPhones this year……..we are traveling lighter!
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Great shots. Some awesome doors indeed and oh, the stone walls of the Monastery of St Nicholas: wow!
The iron work on the door (3rd pic) has an interesting design! That little door is cute – is that a deacon bench? The sculpted wood is magnificent!
Sadly, I’m always dismayed to see tourists in churches and cathedrals blatantly dressed as though planning to dine in an outdoor café, with no respect for these holy places. Am I just being hopelessly old-fashioned? Well, so be it.
I’m with you! The ONLY place I have seen the proper dress code enforced was in Venice. There was a man at the entrance and he determined whether your attire, (man or woman) was appropriate. If he deemed not, they were given a large yellowish-green plastic cover. Sometimes the women got two, one for their shoulders and one for their knees. Boy, did they stand out and look foolish! The cruise line gives quite specific details on what to where and when. People just ignore them> It’s the “The Rules Do Not Apply To Me Syndrome”