Thursday Doors: Poland

Today’s post is one that is near and dear to my heart, it focuses on doors from Poland (Marlena’s birthplace). Join us in a look through the culture and experience the history of Poland through its architecture.

The main door to Marlbork Castle, the largest castle in the world
Courtyard doors to Malbork Castle
Elaborate doors within castle Malbork
One of the doors inside the Malbork castle
These doors are near and dear to me, they lead to the apartment I grew up in (Białystok)
Lovely doorway in downtown Sopot
Cute little door at the History Museum in Sopot
Church doors in Olsztyn
My lovely godparents door in Trękus
Vibrant green gates that lead into the Church courtyard
Lovely doors into the church
Wooden gates at my grandparents property. This building is where my parents had their wedding reception.
Tykocin Castle
City Hall of Olsztyn
The Olsztyn Castle in the heart of Olsztyn, in northern Poland. (14th century)
Olsztyn Castle was also well-known as a temporary home of astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus
Interesting door within Castle Olsztyn
A gothic door inside The Olsztyn Castle
A vibrantly-hued Irish pub in Old Town Olsztyn
Doors leading into Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Oświęcim
Door leading into some of the housing
Door leading into the gas chamber used to exterminate millions
Beautifully glass-pained door to coffeehouse in Warszawa
One of the gates at Westerplatte, Gdańsk. A old military fort used during the Polish Succession War.
One of the doors within “The Wolf’s Lair” in Ketrzyn. These was a remote heavily-fortified compound hidden deep within a forest that served as one of Hitler’s most important secret headquarters.
St. Mary’s Church in Gdańsk, one of the largest brick churches in the world
“Restaurant under Giants” in Warszawa- very neat entrance
Beuatiul church on the corner in Sopot
Gated doorway to a castle
Doorway to a church in Sopot
Church in Sopot
Wooden doors to this bright-yellow Hospital in downtown Sopot
Gothic chuch door in Sopot
Doors to a Basilica in Sopot
An Italian Restaurant in Sopot, doorway adorned with statues
False doors? Or painted on doors?
Doorway with Latin writing above: “If God is with us, then who is against us”
The Great Armoury in Gdańsk

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  1. Love the history of Poland 🇵🇱! Beautiful castles, kings and queens, countryside, and each city has its only history and beauty! Can’t wait to go again ❤️

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  2. Thanks for reminding me of the amazing architecture I saw and can see in Poland! I missed seeing some of those wonderful doors and buildings in Sopot – I just remember the beach and pier.

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