GORGEOUS ANCIENT DOORS IN OXFORD/ UK

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Hello everybody, today I want to share excellent antique door pictures with you.  Old doors really look gorgeous and they look like a lively history in Oxford , UK. I hope, you enjoy it.

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14 thoughts on “GORGEOUS ANCIENT DOORS IN OXFORD/ UK

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  2. Thanks for taking me on a tour of Oxford! I especially like your first picture of the girls clustered together. Captures a moment of camaraderie.

  3. lovely! do you live in the UK?

    • Hi Liana , Unfortunately I don´t live in the UK, but my Daughter lives in there and I visit her sometimes and I like take a photo for historic building, specially door photo. Thank you so much for your kind comment!

  4. Hi Mommy Cook For Me!
    I am really happy to see such great & wonderful pictures of England & the United Kingdom. The UK especially makes me think of being at home without ever being born there. I have a last name of Gottier that comes from England especially which keeps me wondering about whether I ever lived there before.
    Thanks for your story & pictures of Oxford. I think of the beautiful castles & what it was like to be in one at all. Do you have more about other places in the UK? I would love to hear more of the UK if you don’t mind? I miss it a lot! Thanks & have a great day!
    Rodney

    • Thank you for your lovely comment! My daughter lives in the UK so I go there sometimes and I love it! I will definitely take more pictures of different cities next time I’m there 🙂

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