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Thursday Doors 3/11/22: Ischia di Castro 2.

A church, some flowers, a dog and doors doors doors.

Let’s continue our stroll through one more small Italian town, Ischia di Castro, which started last week on my blog and happened one month ago. This was the last time I saw something new.

The places I like the most don’t care whether you stop or not. There must be thousands of such towns in Italy and yet that day this one was ours. We will spend there two more Thursday Doors.

Today we pass a door with an obstacle and a church door first, then we follow another dog past many potted flowers, there is some laundry and some gates, and for the end a nice flowery first floor. Let’s go!

For Thursday Doors challenge hosted by Dan at No Facilities

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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.

20 thoughts on “Thursday Doors 3/11/22: Ischia di Castro 2.

  1. We will continue looking for your little friend, Bestia.
    In the meantime, I so enjoy seeing clotheslines. No one here hangs clothes out anymore–forbidden in most places. Which is a shame because sheets hung out to dry are the best.

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  2. what a delightful walk. A good idea to follow the dog. I think I’d like to wander around this town for a while, too. I love the door with the random like pattern to the panels. The door that was on a church is remarkable. The bronze (a guess) panels tell a story that has survived for centuries. I also like the metal gates, even it they’re letting that dog hide from us.

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  3. I love Ischia di Castro and its doors. And I especially love your insight: “The places I like the most don’t care whether you stop or not. There must be thousands of such towns in Italy and yet that day this one was ours.” That is so true. These towns, sights, places just ARE — and sometimes we are fortunate to visit on their terms!

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