Walls are always part of the security of a house, but I think that this wall in Valladolid looks friendly and also inviting with its white color, the open door and those beautiful bougainvilleas.
Weekly Photo Challenge: security
Saint Servatius church is located in the city center of Valladolid, at the south side of the main square. It was originally built in 1545, partially demolished in 1705 (due to an event called “the crime of the mayors”) and rebuilt in 1706.
In front of it, a carriage to travel around downtown.
I found this doors while strolling around in the City of Valladolid, which is located in the State of Yucatan, in Mexico.
I liked the contrast between the framed doors and the colored walls that caracterize this colorful City.
This is my entry for Thursday Doors at Norm´s blog.
The Convent of San Bernardino de Siena was founded in 1552, by the Franciscans, although the construction was finished until 1560
It was the starting point for the Franciscan apostolic activities for the conversion to Christianity of the Yucatec Mayan descendants.
My entry for Thursday Doors at Norm´s blog.
This post is my entry for Thursday Doors, at Norm’s blog.
A door of the Convent of San Bernardino de Siena, which was founded in 1552, by the Franciscans.
This is my entry for “Thursday doors“, an invitation made by Norm 2.0 blog to post a photo about doors every Thursday.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Weekly Photo Challenge: Doors