Throwback Thursday: Doors, Llandudno, Wales

Inspired by The Red Phone Box Travels posts about doors, here are some interesting doors found around Llandudno in Wales. The first picture is of a side door to Gloddaeth Church which has some pretty stained glass windows.

Some nice columns around an entrance to Llandudno Public Library.

The Freemasons’ Hall in Llandudno has an interesting door that is patterned with symbols associated with freemasonry such as the square and compass.

And the Mail House Apartments have some beautiful designs around its doors.

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2 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: Doors, Llandudno, Wales

  1. These are beautiful. Llandudno has been on my travel wish list for a long time. Hopefully some day I’ll get there.

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