Some spare photos saved for Thursday Doors and some doors that seem to be spare too.



This is the fourteenth century Torre di San Niccolò, once one of the gateways into the city of Firenze (or Florence).  Much of the city wall was demolished during nineteenth century urban renewal leaving the gate tower as an isolated landmark.  The pattern of doors in the side wall must have made sense at some stage in the tower’s history but now it’s hard to see how.