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Tehran, Iran: Alabaster work set in porcelain tiling at Golestan Palace. Photo by youngrobv, via Flickr

Alabaster work set in porcelain tiling at Golestan Palace in Tehran, Iran. Looking closer at the threshold steps, that's not rust or wear causing the striping pattern but more polished alabaster or marble stones. Very beautiful!

travelandseetheworld: “ Dublin. I will be here in Spring 2015! Cant wait to get the ball rolling with my list of travel destinations. Ireland Travel and see the world ”

Green Door Polychrome brickwork doorway on Howth Pier, County Dublin, Ireland.

Phillip Lloyd Powell (1919-2008), Door and Surround, ca. 1967, stacked carved softwoods, polychromed, H. 11'10" x W. 5'6 1/2" x D. 1'6" inches, James A. Michener Art Museum. Purchased with funds provided by Syd and Sharon Martin

Phillip Lloyd Powell Door and Surround, Stacked carved softwoods, polychromed, James A. Michener Art Museum, Museum Purchase with Funds provided by Sharon B. and Sydney F.

starryeyedmariam: “ Photography: Can Ozgun From the Yemen doors series. ”

Blue Doors in City of Safed (Tzfat). Blue symbolizes Heaven, according to the Kabbalah.Tradition says that Safed was founded as long ago as the time of Noah, by one of Noah& grandsons Shem.

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Aarhus Theater (Aarhus, Denmark) Love the old wood door with stained glass and arch of iron work

sammaf:homeofthrones: Qohor, where the best wood and metal work comes from