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).


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


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


This one seems quite fancy even.


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.


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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Which door tickled your fancy?


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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