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‘A look at some Peruvian doors’ by K.J.S.Chatrath

Travelling through Peru, I came across various types of doors in houses, churches and government buildings. Take a look at some:

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peru-sept-oct-2010-1180-450-b-50-jpgA cold drink seller in front of a huge door in Cusco, Peru.

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peru-sept-oct-2010-1011-450-50-jpgA seller of handicrafts making use of a locked door. The hats worn by the Peruvian ladies look just fabulous.

peru-sept-oct-2010-958-450-b-50-jpgperu-sept-oct-2010-948-450-b-50-jpgThe owner of this house seems to be  a little more security minded.

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And this one is not taking any chances with security.

peru-sept-oct-2010-932-450-b-50-jpgA nice wooden door with carved lion heads.

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p1240367-450-50-jpgBy the design, material used and the background, it could be anywhere in rural India!

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