Thursday Doors – March 1, 2018

Last week you saw the first glimpse of doors from Tartu, Estonia. Here’s a few more!

A pink house with a welcoming door (is spite of the plant growing in front of it).

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This door seemed to belong to a kindergarten – so many sleds outside!

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Such an interesting looking building, I’d love to know more of the history.

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This one seems quite fancy even.

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Some doors in the evening light. Finns might think this is some kind of bible-school, as the word written above the door reminds us of what it would be in Finnish (raamattukoulu). But alas! It’s a library.

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And here, next to a grand church is a tiny building with a door. When you ask Google, nukumaja translates to dollhouse. It does look like a doll’s house in all its’ tinyness but I’m sure it’s not. So if any of you know Estonian, please let me know what on earth this little building is.

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Join other likeminded door-lovers with your own post on Norm’s blog!

Which door tickled your fancy?

xx

12 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – March 1, 2018

  1. That last one is so majestic. I can see this being an embassy or consulate building; perhaps a government official’s residence. I wonder what it is used for today.
    The window shutters on the pink one are cute.
    Nice post 🙂

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