Doors from Around the World

It turns out that over the years I have amassed a sizable photo collection of doors, who knew! The doors are surprisingly very interesting and really reflect the countries in which I took them.

The post would be more aptly titled “anything you walk through”, considering the collection also includes lots of archways and gates. I cobbled this post together after I made the photo series Street Art from Around the World.

Hint – scroll over the photos to see which city and country in which they were taken.

 

Tallinn, Estonia

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh, Scotland

Merrion Square. Dublin, Ireland

Merrion Square. Dublin, Ireland

Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Colonia, Uruguay

Colonia, Uruguay

Père Lachaise Cemetery. Paris, France

Vives, France

Place des Vosges. Paris, France

Moroccan Restaurant. Paris, France

Dublin, Ireland

Dún Aonghasa. Aran Islands, Ireland

Dingle, Ireland

St. Andrews, Scotland

St. Andrews, Scotland

Brussels, Belgium

Alhambra Palace. Grenada, Spain

Alhambra. Grenada, Spain

A few favorites –

I love the photo of my friend Hali with her shock of blond hair in front of the dark wooden door in Scotland. I took this photo in Edinburgh just before we decided to summit the very wind-whipped and gorse-covered Arthur’s Seat.

Another favorite is of the French family I nanny for exiting the Hostalet de Vives, a traditional Catalan restaurant on the French-Spanish border. We were all smiles after enjoying a delicious meal of meatballs and green olives in gravy.

Which one is your favorite?

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Ashley Fleckenstein

Ashley is an American travel blogger and freelance writer who moved to Paris at 21 and has been traveling the world ever since. She's usually in pursuit of yoga, languages and perfectly ripe cheese and her writing has been featured in National Geographic, Viator and Jetstar Australia.
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6 Comments

  1. Hi Ashley, I just discovered your site yesterday, and you’ve got a new fan! My favourite is Pere Lachaise. I’ve always been a big fan of wandering around on cemeteries.
    You should visit Amsterdam sometime since you’re close already, great city. But it’s a little too cold now so I’d wait until springtime ;)

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    • Thanks! I’m glad you like the doors post, I had a lot of fun making it. I was thinking of going to Holland for the tulip festival this spring, that would be beautiful.

  2. I think doors/entryways give us great insight into the architecture (and by extension culture) of the area. They are usually the first thing you look at on a building, so it sets the tone for the rest of the architecture……or they’re just doors and I’m over analyzing lol

    I really dig the Spanish doorways :)
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    • Haha no, I agree! I think it’s funny how when you scroll through the pictures you can immediately tell in which country the photos were taken… each place I’ve been has such a distinctive style of architecture so I think it’s really interesting as well :)

  3. Thanks for sharing the link on my knockers post. I tend to avoid doors that are anything but the door and nearly always closed. I like that you have so much else going on. Also, good call on the arches.
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    • Thank you! I’m also posting a windows post soon to follow up so stay tuned :)

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