Thursday Doors 11/8/22: Koper 3.

Here is the last door post from my June daytrip to Koper with doors surrounding Carpaccio Square which seemingly grew overnight.

In my teenage years I used to visit Koper often, even more often than Piran, and yet when my poet friend and I turned the corner, I couldn’t believe my eyes. A pretty square with arches and colourful bars grew there as if overnight, no matter how old these arches really are. This is Carpaccio Square and most of these photos were taken sitting down in Bar Miramar.

If you are in the neighbourhood, search it out, but then do continue to Piran. After a week in Ljubljana I will return there tomorrow too.

For Thursday Doors challenge hosted by Dan at No Facilities

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.

16 thoughts on “Thursday Doors 11/8/22: Koper 3.

  1. That seems like a delightful square. I had to laugh at “as if on a bike.” I love the colors in these photos. I can see why the temptation was great to collect your doors from a table. I think I’d do the same.

    Have a great week, Manja. I’ll see you here when Thursday Doors returns on the 25th.

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  2. I love those colours too! How splendid that you were surrounded by so much colour. And how astonishing to not remember seeing the arches, or worse – not having ever seen them. Nice to have the gift of them now, though.

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  3. I love your focus on this one beautiful plaza. You are helping us to see the details. The arches are indeed lovely; how they frame the marina and sea caught me by surprise! And, yes, the array of accidental (?) color among the tables and chairs is very pleasing. So glad to linger there with you!

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