The doors of Bari look dark and heavy. Until you see that most of them have an open top. Probably to let the air circulate. This way it doesn’t let in a lot of light but takes care that air can circulate. The interior of the houses are then left cool and dry. This must be to survive the scorching heat in summer.
They doors also have plain look. There is not a lot of adornment. Everything is very stark and simple. But sometimes you catch a little glimpse of something more frivolous. Like an open door just veiling off the curious glances with a frilly curtain. Yours, Pollybert