Doors in Cyprus

During our Christmas vacation in Paphos, Cyprus (reports to follow), we enjoyed the sunny weather, visited historical sites, hiked a bit, and saw some beautiful doors as well.

I am showing three pictures from Paphos and three from the village of Omodos.

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Inspired by Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge.

Doors in Cyprus was first published on Wanderlustig.

My Favorite Doors in 2022

Dan Antion asks us to select our Favorite Thursday Doors from 2022.

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At the beginnung, I present three doors in Munich, my hometown, which I found particularly lovely,

Asamkirche Munich
Police Headquarters Munich
St. Anna Collegiate Church

and two typically Bavarian Doors from my excursions,

Town Hall Tegernsee Germany
Hotel Post Murnau Germany

continuing with marvellous doors from the Swiss Camino,

Geneva Historic Center
Hermintage of Brother Klaus Flüeli
Gardenhouse Moudon

and finally wonderful doors from my archives that I posted in 2022.

Town Hall Quedlinburg Germany
Small Temple Gangneung South Korea
Palace of Versailles France
Rila Monastery Bulgaria
Koxinga Shrine Tainan Taiwan

Thank you Dan for hosting the Thursday Doors Challenge in 2022 again. Participating has been so much fun again!

My Favorite Doors in 2022 was published first on Wanderlustig.

Doors in Westerland/Sylt

Sylt lies in the North Sea and is the northernmost German island on the border with Denmark. On its west coast there is a continuous 40km long sandy beach. The town of Westerland is centrally located in the middle of the island. Besides a wonderful beach, there are also enchanting doors to admire.

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This is for Dan Antion‘s Thursday Doors Challenge.

Doors in Westerland/Sylt was first published on Wanderlustig.

Doors in Murnau/Bavaria

As I already reported, a fortnight ago I went for a hike around the Riegsee and then went for a stroll and a coffee in the old town of Murnau. And of course, I discovered beautiful doors there.

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This is for Dan Antion‘s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge. Thank you, Dan!

Doors in Murnau/Bavaria was published first on Wanderlustig.

Doors in Hof/Saale

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At the end of October I visited the International Film Festival 2022 in Hof/Bavaria. Besides watching wonderful films, I also saw beautiful doors in the Historic Center.

The second photo shows the Town Hall tower I climbed for a view of Hof. From the Tourist Information Office I received the key to open the door (see third picture).

This is for Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge. Thank you Dan for hosting!

Doors in Hof/Saale was first published on Wanderlustig.

Doors in Freising/Bavaria

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When I went to Freising, 40 km north of Munich, the weather was overcast and finally it started raining. Furthermore, in the Historic Town a lot of construction was going on. But still Freising is a very interesting town, actually older than Munich, and also features rustic and really beautiful doors.

A report about my excursion to Freising will follow.

This is for Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge. Thank you Dan, for hosting!

Always looking forward to your feedback.

Doors in Freising/Bavaria was first published on Wanderlustig.

Entrances/Doors in Jordan

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In November 2018 I went on a wonderful trip through fascinating Jordan. There, I saw many interesting looking doors but I was not into the Thursday Doors Challenge yet, so I did not take many photos of those entrances. Going through my archives I found just a few pictures, mainly of buildings with doors, but still so beautiful that I like to present them here.

Feynan Eco Lodge
Petra
Petra
Petra
Petra
Jerash
Jerash

This for Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge. Thank you for hosting!

Doors/Entrances in Jordan was first published on Wanderlustig.

Doors in South Korea

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During my last long-distance tour in East Asia in spring 2019 I travelled through South Korea (Meine andere Südkoreareise).

In this fascinating country I saw countless beautiful gates and doors but I did not especially take photos then as I do now thanks to Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge. Thank you for hosting!

Gyeong Palace Seoul
Ojukeon House Gangneung
Small Temple Gangneung
Golgusa Sunmodo Martial Arts Monastry
Beomeosa Temple Busan
North Gate Geumjeongsanseong Fortress Busan

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Munich Doors Again

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Yesterday, I visited the fabulous exihibition JR: Chronicles at Hypo Kunsthalle in the Munich City Center. Extremely fascinating art!

And on my way around Odeonsplatz and Wittelsbacher Platz I saw more beautiful doors and gates.

Gate to Hofgarten Odeonsplatz,
Preysing Palais
Gate to Residenz with Feldherrnhalle
Door to Hofgarten Odeonsplatz,
Wittelsbacher Platz
Wittelsbacher Platz
Wittelsbacher Platz

This is for Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors Challenge. Thank you, Dan for hosting.

Always looking forward to your feedback.

Munich Doors Again was first published at Wanderlustig.

Lanzarote Doors

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In November 2019 I spent two weeks on the Canary Island of Lanzarote/Spain. There, I took a Spanish Language Course to prepare for the big trip to South America I was planning in 2020. Little did I know that I was not going at all but would be subjected to a Corona lockdown which would not allow me to go anywhere for some time, not even to some of the Federal States in Germany. Also I discovered that Spanish Grammar is far more difficult than I had imagined. But I spent a wonderful time admiring the spectacular volcanic scenery of Lanzarote, enjoying the mild winter temperatures and, of course, beautiful doors.

This is for Dan Antion’s terrific Thursday Doors challenge. Thank you, Dan for hosting!

Always looking forward to your feedback.

Doors of Lanzarote was first published at Wanderlustig.