The Doors of Monemvasia

On a recent trip to Peloponnese, we planned to visit the medieval village of Monemvasia. Not only do we love this fortress with its old stone buildings and a maze of cobblestone walkways, but we looked forward to seeing a family friend, an artist who owns a shop in the village. Unfortunately, our busy program and a bit of stormy weather prevented us from getting there on this trip.

Please enjoy a few photos of the doors of Monemvasia from our past trips to this beautiful historical village.

This post was inspired by Thursday Doors.

Thursday doors is a weekly feature sponsored by Norm Frampton allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world.

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