Doors in Quedlinburg East Germany

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Last summer I visited Quedlinburg, a very beautiful place featuring 1300 half-timbered houses, i.e. the highest number in Germany. A great number of houses have been wonderfully renovated like the Town Hall Building (see first door photo). Other buildings, some of which are endangered to collapse, are still waiting to be repaired. Anyway, the Old Town of Quedlinburg is the perfect place to admire the centuries-old and marvelous half-timbered architecture.

Thank you Dan Antion for the inspiration to this posting via your wonderful Thursday Doors Challenge!

Always looking forward to your feedback.

Camino Doors again

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If you’ve been reading my posts lately, you know that I did the Swiss Way of St. James in April. Now I’m going to show some of the doors I saw on the way.

Abbey Payerne
Abbey Payerne
In a garden
Where Audrey Hepburn married Morges Lake Geneva
Nyon Castle Lake Geneva
Shelter on the Camino

I was inspired to take these photos by Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge. Thank you, Dan!

Always looking forward to your feedback.