Posts Tagged ‘Louisville doors’

Just off the main part of downtown Louisville’s vibrant Fourth Street area are some elegant old buildings and plenty of small, new shops.  You might even catch a selfie in one of the theater doors.

These doors belong to the tallest building in Kentucky, the 400 West Market Building. Although it looks vintage, it was finished in 1993.

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Downtown Louisville has more than just doors featuring artists creations.  Even though we were there for the Ironman, I found time to point my phone at some of them.  🙂  I had to do some catching up to everyone else at times, but it was worth it.

I found tall, elegant doors topped with a fascinating reflection,

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Before we get to the doors, do you remember my lesson on how to pronounce “Louisville?”  Well, in case you don’t, the visitor’s center downtown has this cute reminder.

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Now on to the last two theater/theatre doors I found on our walks back and forth from our motel to our daughter’s hotel.

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I promised you some more of those Louisville theater doors and here they are.  These two are double doors, allowing even more room for decorating and twice the fun.  I get a “Starry, starry night”/Vincent van Gogh feel from this first one.  It was such a pleasure to walk by these every day!

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