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Thursday Doors 20/10/22: Maribor 5.

Today is the day when we conclude our Maribor door tour from last month with some fine specimens that carry special significance, memories or name.

Our sunny walk with my sister and uncle, which started in this post, lasted between 11.30 am and 4.30 pm on a September Monday, and included lunch, cake and a stroll in the park.

Today’s last part takes us past father’s high school, Maribor Castle, Donkey’s Corner, a very American looking church (only captured from afar so no door), until we finally reach the door of my grandma’s building, which always spelled safety to me, no matter that I first had to climb four floors without a lift to hug her.

(Grumbling barely audibly about last night’s first NBA game of the new season for Luka & the Mavs, which they lost after leading for 22 points. It’s not enough to know that you are better, hear? This summer Team Slovenia had the same problem…)

Better come with me and let’s see what we can find. And look – our Thursday Doors host Dan has found something Slovenian near Pittsburgh. Visit his post!

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.

14 thoughts on “Thursday Doors 20/10/22: Maribor 5.

  1. I really like that Maribor street. It’s old and has character and colour – wonderful. And yes! The shop named after me, ha ha. It was fun to receive that photo gift from you. I also like the corner door at Esel Eck, with the arched awning.

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  2. I love the doors, gates and arches. I also like the pastel scene looking down that street that spells Mribor for you. The coffee shop has a very nice corner door (always a plus). The door to your grandmothers building is interesting. Would you have preferred an art store and chocolate shop when you were a kid?

    Thanks for the mention. I thought you would like the building I found for today.

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  3. So much beauty and even serenity. I love Gosposka Street too. And the idea of “lunch, cake and a stroll in the park” sounds perfect, especially when surrounded by doors, families and memories. (And it’s a LONG season. Go Mavs!)

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