Jumping to Morocco, I’m posting a couple of doors from the Oudaya Kasbah in Rabat, Morocco. According to Wikipedia, the walled citadel of Oudaya is located at the mouth of the Bou Regreg river, opposite Salé, and adjacent to the old medina of Rabat. It is listed, along with other sites in Rabat, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our tour enjoyed this picturesque little city with alleyways and many outdoor merchants selling their wares. More about the kasbah can be found in Wikipedia at this LINK
This was an impressive door at the entrance to the citadel.
At the end of the tour we headed back towards the entrance and passed this door.
And, as we waited for our tour bus I saw this; was it an old Moroccan door security system? Knock and enter at your own peril.
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