Doors II: Photo Collection

This week I’m back with part two of my photo collection devoted to doors (for part one, go here). The doors in the photos below are all from Turkey. Maybe it’s because of all the places I’ve visited, I’ve spent the most time in Turkey, maybe I’m biased because my research has been focused there, or maybe Turkey just really does have a comparatively large percentage of cool doors. Whatever the case may be, the doors of Turkey are beautiful. Enjoy!

istanbul 1

Topkapı Palace, Istanbul, December 2011

istanbul 2

Süleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul,  February 2012

istanbul 3

Istanbul, February 2012

antep 1

Tahtani Mosque, Gaziantep, March 2012

antep 2

Gaziantep, March 2012

antep 3

Gaziantep, March 2012

antep 4

Gaziantep, March 2012

mardin

Mardin/Merdîn, March 2012

amed 1 syraic vigrin mary church

Virgin Mary Syriac Church, Diyarbakır/Amed, March 2012

amed 2

Diyarbakır/Amed, March 2012

amed 3

Behram Paşa Mosque, Diyarbakır/Amed, March 2012

antalya

Antalya, May 2012

heybeliada 1

Halki Greek Orthodox Seminary, Heybeliada, one of the Prince Islands near Istanbul, May 2013 (“okul” means school)

heybeliada 2

Heybeliada, May 2013

cumalikizik 2

Cumalıkızık, Bursa, July 2013

ankara

Ankara, July 2014

3 thoughts on “Doors II: Photo Collection

  1. Pingback: Doors I: Photo Collection | inquisitive wanderlust

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