Thursday doors #141

This week I’ve still been talking about our recent visit to Italy and Austria so here’s a few doors from those visits.

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33 Comments on “Thursday doors #141

    • I do speak German but a literal translation doesn’t make much sense so I’ll have to go back and look at a larger version of the photo to ensure I’m reading the letters correctly.

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  1. This is a wonderful collection of doors, Sheree. It would be hard to choose a favorite, but the door and the portico at Airanne is just stunning. Thanks for joining us.

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  2. Wonderful doors ! And you were in South Tyrol (Alto Adige) an enchanting area, the scenery, the food , …
    I am German, can read most words of the inscription above the door but the sentence does not really make sense to me. It seems to be about dancing around the objects. But the dancing figures remind me a bit of our Schäffler Tanz (Cooper’s Dance) in Munich:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sch%C3%A4fflertanz

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    • It had me stumped and I wondered whether I’d misread some of the letters but that’s pretty much what I came up with.

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  3. your travels are so fun to tag along with through photos, Sheree
    and the very last image was my fav – what an entrance – regal and divine

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