One door from Germany (sent by my son, Amedeo), one from uptown, and one of a closed old restaurant, El Farro’s on my street. For Thursday doors https://nofacilities.com/2023/02/09/more-from-the-archive/.
This door was photographed by my son, Amedeo in Berlin. He thought of me when he photographed it. The Friedrich List School, Commercial College for Business Languages, is a public vocational school that offers programs combining business studies and foreign languages in Berlin. It is in Victoriastadt not far form the Spree River.
Victoriastadt, also known as Kaskelkiez after the Kaskelstraße (street), is a residential area in the district of Rummelsburg in the southwest of the district of Lichtenberg. The name “Victoria City” is an expression of the close connection that existed with the United Kingdom at the end of the 19th century under its regent Queen Victoria.
As a historic workers’ settlement, Victoriastadt has strongly influenced the traditional image of the old Berlin of the Wilhelminian period. A large part of the residential development, partly with coach houses and small workshops in the backyards, has been preserved.Victoria City – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Worlitzer and Glasshutte Doors
The ABF (ABF (Absolute bloody final) as they used to say in British Pubs) of my posts on Germany.
For Dan’s Thursday Doors December 2, 2021
Dinner at Lukau
Our farewell dinner was at a lovely restaurant called Ratskeller in Lukau.
Last of Lubben
I have two more posts of Germany after this: Our farewell dinner and some doors that I’ll post on December 2. If you wan to see the entire collections select the topic Germany to view all the posts.
Spent a lovely day at a historic village that was a major glass manufacturing center. It was fun watching a glass blower at work. Museumsdorf Glashütte – Crafts, Culture and History (museumsdorf-glashuette.de)
In the afternoon at Cottbus we all went to the Tierpak Cottbus. Oscar loves animals. I enjoyed the birds.
Mixed locations in Germany: Dessau, Inselteich, Cottbus and Lübben. My daughter-in-law Heike used to work at the place in the first photo long ago. Marc thought it would be fun to own the house in the last two photographs.
Happy Thanksgiving to all.