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Thursday Doors 2/2/23: Last of Piran doors

Last for now, that is, just for now. Make no mistake, I plan to return there this summer or even for Easter.

But until I do, here is the last reminder from this summer what a beauty Piran is and how many spectacular doors and views it offers.

We start with the mysterious hole in the hill which has changed considerably since 2015, when the first photo in the gallery was taken. The second photo shows how it is now. I should have checked if it was locked and where it was leading.

Then we continue with doors and arches, a restaurant and a special door guardian, all taken last July, and end with three night-time August shots. The very last photo is of the fancy Palace Hotel in Piran’s neighbour Portorož, the Port of Roses, which I rarely mention for several reasons. If you are a bit posh, you might prefer to stay there to Piran. Not me.

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.

15 thoughts on “Thursday Doors 2/2/23: Last of Piran doors

  1. I do prefer the old door at the Hole in the Hill, but the reflection is nice. Both doors are grey, or, as we say here, gray. Thanks for the close up of the guardian 🙂

    It’s cool to see the view across the Gulf toward Croatia. We have doors from Croatia form Steve(Scooj) today. It seems he was in Croatia near when you were in Piran.

    I love the views of the Square and the music venue. I can see why you plan to go back.


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