My daughter, Tessa, is totally into vintage clothing, so this weekend we went to a very popular street for vintage items in Barcelona’s Raval District, Carrer de Reira Baixa, but more on that in a later post. This post is about doors in the Raval area, where Reira Baixa is located. (We covered only a small area of the neighborhood, so I may post more later on this area as well.) Now: some of the doors were hard to separate between my posts on “Doors of…” and “Graffiti of…” sections. For distinction purposes, if the door is on a hinge, opens sideways, and is painted with graffiti, it is a door. If the door is a roller door and rolls up rather than sideways and is painted with graffiti, it is classified as “graffiti” and will be on my next post. With that understanding, here are some photographs of doors in the Raval district of Barcelona Spain.
Let me know if there is one you particularly like.