Door lovers, welcome to my next blog where we shall not be door-thirsty either.
As you can see, my blog continues over here with a new format. As for the content, it shall remain more or less as it’s always been: views and stories from Italy and Slovenia as I encounter them during my visits, day trips and grocery shopping; and musings on whatever I find pressing at the moment.
I see that my door treasure-chest is almost empty and I’ll have to go door-shopping soon. But no worries, I have my list of towns to visit. Towns mean houses and every house has at least one door.
When Donna from The Maremma Guide posted her New Year’s Special, it was like a present for me. She collected 100+ door photos in one post from all over Tuscany. I saw immediately where I should go next: to Tatti, the town of doors which I had never heard mentioned before, where she stopped her count at 100.
Today we have a look at the doors of Sassetta inland from San Vincenzo, which we visited on a particularly hot June day. I can see from the photos that I was on auto-pilot. It was too hot to complicate. The town is full of statues and little details which I shall show you another day.
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