|Typical balcony under a window on the first floor, lots of stone, carving and wrought iron. |
There are always shutters, and Marg was in love with the beautiful windows, which were all double glazed and had lots of practical features.
|Typical doorway, more stone and carving.|
|Some buildings had a colourful surfacing, usually warm colours, ocre tones of red and yellow.|
|Quick snap of a window in a window, colour, carving,and shutters, as usual.|
|Miss Margaret sightseeing. Note the earplug for the guide information.|
|Complete with reflections from the bus windows, a typical street corner.|
|Every so often a door, or archway appeared on the street, which gave a glimpse into an internal courtyard, apparently they were originally built so that you could drive your horse and cart through.|
|What all the paths and roads are made of, |
along with the typical pattern or arrangement of the stones.
Can you imagine negotiating these with high heels? lots of Roman ladies do.