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Mein heutiges Türdetail ein Türklopfer mal wieder im Schloss Chenoceau am Fluss Cher in Frankreich gesehen
My todays door detail a door knocker again, seen at Chateau Chenonceau at the river Cher / France
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Ein sehr alter, filigraner Türgriff. Sehr interessant ist, dass er eigentlich für Linkshänder gedacht ist. Und er hat sogar 2 Schlüssellöcher!.
A very old, filigree door handle. Very interesting is that he is actually intended for left-handers. And he even has 2 key holes!
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Alte Türen in Bad Dürkheim
Old doors at Bad Dürkheim/Germany
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Alte Türen in Bad Dürkheim
Old doors at Bad Dürkheim/Germany
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Ein großer Türklopfer und ein kleiner Briefschlitz
A big door knocker and a small letterbox
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Nowruz Mobarak! Originating in ancient Persia, this holiday marks the first day of the spring equinox right down to the tee! Every year, the moment the sun crosses the celestial equator is determined, giving observers the exact time to start their celebrations. #GoogleDoodle
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Pumpkin season is upon us...well, those in the southern hemisphere at least. Enjoy the first day of fall. #GoogleDoodle
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How many people do you know can count Albert Einstein as a fan of their work? Not many we’re betting...but German mathematician Emmy Noether is one of the remarkable few. The legendary physicist once referred to Noether as “the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced,” a fitting endorsement given that Noether revolutionized the theories of rings, fields and algebras. Our doodle around the world celebrates her 133rd birthday. #GoogleDoodle
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