City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Antique door

I wander if they ever going to be restored, beautiful specimen.
Happy Thanksgiving day to all my American visitors.


Blogger Clueless in boston said...

These are beautiful wood doors. I would like to see them restored and painted.

22 November, 2007 15:01  
Blogger Ming the Merciless said...

How sad! IF they don't restore it, at least they should try and salvage it by recycling the door frame.

22 November, 2007 17:17  
Blogger Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Beautiful, indeed. It would take a lot of work and love to restore it back to its original beauty, though, but it'd be so worth it.

Thanks for the Thanksgiving wishes. :)

22 November, 2007 18:20  
Anonymous Mo said...

Stunning doors. What is the building like they are attached to.

22 November, 2007 19:03  
Blogger Mike said...

I love all things ancient.

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22 November, 2007 20:05  
Blogger maria elisa said...

beautiful indeed.

22 November, 2007 22:15  
Blogger Dsole said...

I thought Madrid was cold enough now but I see you had snow days ago! uuuuuh pretty cold!
It's time for resting calm at home taking a hot cup of coffee... have a great time there! It's so nice to see you around!

23 November, 2007 00:44  
Anonymous AinZ said...

I love this picture! wonder what the rest of the building looks like. Reminds me of the burned out building in Zurich. Yes, I had a nice vacation, vistiting with family. But I think I'm suffering from post-vacation depression (do you get that too?) and been having trouble getting motivated to go outside in the cold to take pictures....but slowly getting back into it and posting pictures again.

23 November, 2007 13:19  

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