You will like these beautiful and creative doors- Part 1

One day I was browsing Pinterest’s push, when I opened a “pin” I fell into the magic world, we found something that fell in love at first sight: the door!

Yes, it sounds strange, doesn’t it? For us, after seeing what we are going to present to you, we are no longer confused. We are sure that you want something like this at home. When you see the first “pin” you understand that these are not ordinary doors.

In this collection, you can find doors from Baroque architecture to Gothic as well as the Middle East and Asia. Definitely worth a visit.


1.The Cluny Museum in Paris France was the subject of this photograph. The structure is perhaps the most outstanding example still existing of civic architecture in medieval Paris

2.St. Ottilien Archabbey – Emming, Bavaria, Germany

3.The Church of St Mary and St David is a Church of England parish church at Kilpeck in the English county of Herefordshire, about 5 miles from the border with Monmouthshire, Wales. Pevsner describes Kilpeck as “one of the most perfect Norman churches in England”. Famous for its stone carvings, the church is a Grade I listed building.

4.Modernist door 1910 in Teruel, Aragon. Spain

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5.Elaborate Doorway-the front doors and entrance to the beautiful stone building-Casa de Cultura Banamex, in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

6.A door of a mosque in Istanbul

7.Scanno, Abruzzo, Italia

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8.Prison Door

Posted by Eric Cousineau (Sherwood Park, Canada) on 31 May 2009 in Architecture and Portfolio.

9.Medieval door in France Auvergne

10.Main Door, Mission San Jose, San Antonio, Texas

11.Barcelona-Boqueria Spain

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