Thursday Doors: Neemrana Fort-Palace

Note: Thursday Doors (by Norm 2.0)  is “a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world.” 

The Neemrana Fort-Palace, a 15th century heritage hotel, located on the Delhi-Jaipur highway in India, consists of seven palace wings spread over twelve separate levels.

This breathtaking hillside property seems to have an interesting door wherever you turn…..

DOORS LEADING ONTO COURTYARDS

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DOORS OPENING ONTO TINY BALCONIES

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ORNATE DOORS

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MYSTERIOUS DOORS

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DOORS THAT MAKE YOU LAUGH

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DOORS AT THE END OF LONG PASSAGEWAYS

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DOORS WITH VINTAGE ACCESSORIES

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OUTDOOR DOORS

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COLOURFUL DOORS

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MENACING DOORS

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Sadly, I wasn’t able to get a good shot of the entire main door, (a portion of which is the photo above). Here’s what I managed:

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The man in blue gives you some perspective of just how enormous the door is!

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