Castle Doors

Nowadays doors are mass produced. But in medieval times doors in castles were hand made and extremely important in their function as a protection. They are big, hefty and beautiful. With each picture I tell you what castle it is located in. Not only did it take a carpenter to make these doors but it typically also needed a blacksmith.

This door can be found in Cardiff Castle.

Here is another door from Cardiff Castle.


This door is an entrance to Castell Coch.

Here is the main door to the keep at Trim Castle in Ireland.

Here is a great door. It is the main door to the Red Fort in India. And notice there the smaller door so they can let people in and out without opening the whole big door.

This door is at The Cloisters in New York City


This door is in Bryn Athyn Cathedral, Pennsylvania


Duke chapel


A Gothic Revival Church in Bedford Pennsylvania


Grey Towers Castle in Pennsylvania


Hearst Castle in San Simeon California


Joslyn Castle in Omaha Nebraska


St. Louis Basilica

Door to the Moravian Pottery in Doylestown Pennsylvania.


The Red Gym in Madison Wisconsin

















































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