As we all know I get a bit carried away with photos of pretty doors and houses. I thought Notting Hill was the doortrait and coloured hous capital of the world but I was very wrong. The Estonian capital completely surpasses London’s finest, and there are some of the most unique and colourful doorways of Tallinn hidden among the cobbled streets and in the sides of walls.
I’ve not done a photo post in ages, and there’s not really all that much to say about each one, but they are too lovely to look at not to share a few. I can’t spam Instagram with them all either as much as I’d like to, so here they all are in one place:
The door to the oldest working pharmacy in Europe is on the corner of Tallinn City Hall Square.
Many restaurants decorated their doorways with all sorts of patterns to try stand out…
The doorway next to the Tallinn City Train stop, that offers tours around the city.
There were lots of art galleries and museums that blended in to the sea of colour, but they each had their own unique door front…
From the tinniest little shop doorway…
To the entrances of big state buildings on the top of Toompea Hill.
And residential doors, which seemed to be competing who could get the most bright and colourful. The more ornate the bigger the house:
And some that were just pretty old
Hope you’ve enjoyed seeing some of these, they were everywhere you turned.
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