GV Doors by Marc

Today I’m posting some Greenwich Village Doors photographed by Marc Felix. One mosoleum gate from Green-Wood in Brooklyn. The bulldog over the old stable used to be the emblem of Wells Fargo.

For Thursday Doors

Green-Wood and Manhattan Doors

Doors in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, and in Greenwich Manhattan with a couple of lamps thrown in.

For Thursday Doors December 16, 2021.

Leroy Street

Near the Hudson River on Leroy Street is a new building. I stopped to photograph the door and tree. The doorman came out and told me not to take photographs. I told him it is legal to take photographs of places if you are standing on public property.

I threw in the two trees for extras.

For Thursday Doors December 9, 2021.

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

German Doors

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.

For Thursday doors November 25, 2021.

Wittenberg Doors

Every town we went to in Germany has great doors. We stayed at Pension Nord (door shown below) for two days in Dessau while visiting Heike’s family. While in Dessau we drove to the historic town of Lutherstadt Wittenberg, which is 35 km or 22 miles from there.

This post is for Thursday Doors November18.

Berlin Doors

I love the Splendid Hotel. It somehow survived destruction in WWII. Read about the Splendid Hotel in Wikipedia.

The Russian embassy near the Brandenburg Gate is impressive but not my taste. An excellent description on the Russian Embassy Berlin on You Tube.

A bit about Berlin – Wikipedia

For Thursday Doors November 11.

Senftenberg Doors

Senftenberg – Wikipedia

Today’s post is for Thursday Doors https://nofacilities.com/2021/11/04/st-scholastica-doors/. See the post before this for more pictures of this historic town.