Doors Around The World

Pick your toilet style. India.

Doors are a cool subject to photograph around the world. I don’t make it a point to do so, but I found a few that I took across my travels. The photo above is one of my favorite pictures. I like it’s simplicity but it tells a story, a story of culture, and I love the colors too.

Doors can tell a lot about the place that they lead to or they can be complete mysterious. Doors are often used metaphorically in writing and in speech to get through life. 

vienna architecture door
Museum door in Vienna, Austria.
portland st johns night
The door of a Portland home at night.
A door inside the USS Blueback submarine.
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A door in India.
portland division tea house
The door of a teahouse in downtown Portland.
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The main door of the Syncline winery in Washington.
George Harrison's childhood home
George Harrison’s childhood home in Liverpool, UK
mexico city
A door in the historic center of Mexico City.
cathedral mexico city
La Santísima Church at the Zocalo in Mexico City.
museum of flight seattle
Doggie Door in the Air Force One (The first presidential jet plane)
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The door of the Apollo Command Module 007, 1966. It was built for training and Earth-orbit mission. It is identical to the capsule in which astronauts Grissom, White and Chaffee died in 1967. (Museum of Flight, Seattle)
Batmobile door.
indian cat
Our stray cat sits by the door in our house in India.

Which door was your favorite?

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16 thoughts on “Doors Around The World

  1. very interesting – great idea for travelling. My favourite is La Santísima Church


    1. That church is quite impressive on the inside as well. Very old, built in the 1700s.


  2. The door of the submarine is very interesting !


    1. It’s a terrible picture but an interesting one 🙂


  3. The door in India with the washing on the line


  4. Loved the idea and colourful pics ?


  5. Wow. What an impressive collage of shots from across the globe, Mani. Very interesting. Where did you capture Air Force One?


    1. Thanks! The Air Force One is at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.

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      1. Hmmm….I had visited Seattle few years back but could not visit this museum. May be the next time. Thanks Man for the info


  6. 🙂 Some interesting doors you’ve put together! The submarine’s door is kind of frightening – closes very tight…and if not…
    I have added doors of a vintage car to the wpc’s page.
    HAPPY weekend! 🙂


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