After a tour of the Salinas de Maras (salt flats) and Moray (Inca archaeological concentric terraces), we spent some time in the small village of Maras. This very small village had narrow cobble stone streets with lots of interesting residential doors. This picture is an example of one such door. You can’t tell by looking at the picture, but the doors were only about 5 feet tall, which was typical of the doors in many old residential structures around Peru. The old government and cathedrals were the exact opposite. Many of them had doors over 20 feet tall.
Anyway, something about these doors caught my attention and I spent some time capturing them with my camera. By the way, I’ll post some pictures from the Salinas de Maras and Moray in the future.
Have a great weekend.