Doors

Many times a door is just a door, but sometimes the door represents passage to a new, fantastical place. Other times, the doors themselves have a certain charm, an undeniable "it factor". This collection contains doors of all kinds. Step through and discover something new.
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Nelson, New Zealand

Founders Heritage Park

Not quite a park, not quite a museum, Founders Heritage Park is a character-esque village.

London, United Kingdom

The Mildmay Club

One of the last "Working Men's Clubs" in London, Mildmay is a testament to Community and belonging.

Beaufort, Australia

Beaufort Fire Station

Built in the late 1800s, the Beaufort Fire Station serves the sleepy town of Beaufort, Australia.

Rome, Italy

Roman Doorway

Deemed to be essentially flawless, Ancient Rome's postal service is one that we can currently envy.

Rabat, Malta

Maltese Door

Wondering why there are two knockers on the door? So were we.

Rainbow, Australia

N.H. Mathews Agent Building

Rainbow, named after a nearby sand dune that was covered in colorful wildflowers, is well known for serving the wheat farming community.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Horace Jayne House

This building which drew inspiration from the battlefield is the missing link from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello to Frank Lloyd Wright's organic architecture.

Lisbon, Portugal

Luvaria Ulisses

The Luvaria Ulisses glove shop has been creating custom gloves within its 4-square-meter store for more than a century.

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Rajasthan, India

Samode Palace

Nearly 500 years of history embedded into its walls.

Noto, Italy

Palazzo Nicolaci

An 18th century ornate noble residence now serves at the town's public library.

Tehran, Iran

Golestan Palace

Offering an array of gardens, royal buildings, and collections of Iranian crafts and European gifts, the Palace represents a spectrum of Iranian history and architecture that certified its place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site being one of Tehran’s oldest monuments.

Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Milburn House

Designed to resemble an ocean liner, this office block is located on one of the city's last remaining medieval-era streets.

Kildare, Ireland

Maynooth University

Ireland's youngest, smallest, and fastest growing university was once a part of an 18th century Catholic school.

Tunis, Tunisia

Dar Bayram

Beyond this door of the largest palatial residences in Tunisia, visitors will find a newly renovated 5-star hotel named Palais Bayram.

Oradea, Romania

Black Eagle Palace

Before it became a palace of commerce, accommodation, and entertainment, in the 1700s it was simply the Black Eagle Inn (the Town’s Beer House).

Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Rainbow Row

Local lore suggests the pastel facade of Rainbow Row once helped drunken sailors find their way home.

Marrakesh, Morocco

Saadian Tombs

After being deliberately walled up in the 18th century, these royal tombs were rediscovered in 1917.

Ngong Ping, Hong Kong

Po Lin Monastery

Monastery on the outskirts of Hong Kong, home to one of the largest outdoor Buddhas in the world--111 feet tall, atop a 300-step climb up a mountain.

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Agra, India

Agra Fort

Totaling 94 acres, this massive fortress made of red sandstone was the former residence and capital city of India's medieval Mughal Dynasty.

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Singapore, Singapore

Regent Singapore Hotel

Luxury hotel containing art & artifacts integrated into its historic setting along Orchard Road in the Central Area of Singapore.

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

James Blake House

Built in 1661 by - you guessed it - James Blake.

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Los Angeles, California, United States

Hollywood Melrose Hotel

This Hotel was designed by one of the most prolific movie theater architects of the 20th century.

Florence, Italy

Fotoautomatica

Two euros and a bit of patience get you the traditional strip of four black-and-white photographs.

Noto, Italy

Palazzo Ducezio

Named for the city’s founder, the baroque palace has a magnificent convex exterior

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Hillah,Babil, Iraq

Ishtar Gate

Built in 575 BC, the Ishtar Gate was conceived as part of a grand processional way into the city of Babylon.

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