Monday Window: Santa Severa Castle

Since windows are natural companions to doors, whoever loves ones must love the others too. Here are a bunch from the museum in the Santa Severa Castle on the Italian west coast between Rome and me in southern Tuscany.

As I was selecting doors from this castle for my last Thursday Doors post, many windows were left out. This cannot be, said I and chose to feature them today for Ludwig’s Monday Window challenge. I realise the singular form but can only laugh. If you ever see me post only ONE window, you will know that I am in some kind of trouble.

Since you like windows, pay special attention to the blogging memory post from 2020 at the end of this post. Click on either the title or the photo and find many more windows with a view.

And now, welcome to Santa Severa which used to be the Etruscan port Pyrgi. The castle houses a museum with the view through its many windows. I visited it in September 2020. In the last photo Flavia and I are paparazzi and the cat is the model. Let’s have a look, in silence this time.

For Ludwig’s Monday Window

This day in my blogging history

Published by Manja Maksimovič

A Slovenian in Italy for love. Blogger, photographer, translator and would-be writer who would be a writer if she wrote. Plus reluctant but emerging poet. Beware.

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