On a recent trip to Tallinn, I once again managed to find doors I hadn’t noticed before.
This here is from the Old Guild Hall.
What a grand doorknob!
These rusty doors are actually the doors to a shiny brewery, my favourite Estonian one – Põhjala. You wouldn’t be able to tell from the looks of them. The brewery and restaurant can be found in a newly trending area called Noblessner which is being developed at a rapid pace.
These kinds of doors are quintessentially Estonian. I love them!
This door may look quite boring but the mystery is – where does it lead?
Now this building and door make great contrasts. Great for a photo shoot, for example.
Now this door has some grandeur to it.
Last but not least, doors to a sauna! I have since learned that Kalma Saun was built in 1928 and is one of the oldest saunas in Tallinn. You can rent a sauna for your group or go when rjr women’s or men’s public sauna is open.
If you’re a door lover, then write your own door post and join the Thursday Doors photo challenge here.