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The Doors of Vietri sul Mare – Amalfi Coast
After a 3-week blogging break it feels awesome to be back for more door fun.
In my upcoming posts you can expect to see tons of doors found during our time in Italy. Just a brief warning: We covered a fair amount of territory and I took well over 1800 pics on this trip, many of them doors, so you’ll be seeing Italian doors from me for a while.
But before I start I want to take a minute to thank the three guest hosts who kept our ship on course during my absence.
For Week 1, in anticipation of our meet-up the following week Manja from Mexi Movie The Third showed us some of my own favourite Italian doors from her past posts in this collection More Norm’s Doors.
My sincere thanks to all three for doing a great job of guest hosting!
And now to my Italian Doors 🙂
Hugging the rugged cliffs right next to the Port of Salerno on the eastern end of the Amalfi Coast is the lovely town of Vietri sul Mare.
Ceramics has been a tradition in this part of the world since the 15th century.
An afternoon stroll wandering the narrow streets of the old town netted us some amazing examples of both ceramics and wonderful doors.
Here’s a sampling of what we found:
As always, thanks so much for visiting 🙂
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