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Gate to the Sea. Tintagel, Cornwall, UK.

Gate to the sea - Tintagel, UK. Tintagel or Trevena is a civil parish and village situated on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Associated with the legends of King Arthur.


Tintagel ~ Cornwall ~ England, supposedly King Arthur's castle, now a very beautiful and atmospheric ruin x


A stairway better suited for green growing things than mystics, it seems to me. Keiths Tower, near Peterculter, Aberdeenshire, Scotland°°

German Alps

The old wooden door was standing loose along the trail leading to the Seealpsee (which you can see when you look through the door). The door with the mountain range as a backdrop presented a perfect photo-opportunity. By Dominic Walter

Stairway to the sea at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, England by Naghma

Stairway to the sea at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, England. Tintagel Castle is a medieval fortification located on the peninsula of Tintagel Island. Set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast.

Arched Doorway, Tuscany, Italy

Arched Doorway, Tuscany, Italy (The Best Travel Photos)

Arched Doorway, Tuscany, Italy photo via underthemountain - Just beautiful - the doorway and the view. Is it photo shopped?

Tree Portal, Ireland

A door in a tree -- magic. bluepueblo: Tree Portal, Ireland photo via adventurer

cellar door

Entrance to my cellar.too bad I don't like wine - no way to justify installing this. Photo by Joe Mortelliti: doorway

With Fikreta Maksumić, Kejsarinna Andliga, Sidartha Siliceo

I'm not religious, but I have a thing for cool churches! --Wooden Door of St Edwards church with two ancient yew trees, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds

Stairway to the sea, Tintagel castle, Cornwall, England. 13th c. MUST TELL ALI ABOUT THIS ONE!

Stairway to the sea, Tintagel castle, Cornwall, England. c - I have a photo of this hanging in my house - called Arthur's Doorway!

Some stairs are so inviting. Ascending to heaven.

Green Natural Beauty in an Ancient Passageway, Provence, France photo via caroline

Old Mill, Black Forest, Germany This building has a  history of more than 500 years, but still looks gorgeous. The scenery is super cool!

25 Stunning Pictures Of Abandoned Places

Waldo means lives near or in the woods. Our Waldo name originates to Bavaria area (Black forest of Germany) in the medieval age. There is a Castle Ruin named Waldau from the Medieval Era still here in this Black Forest. Old Mill, Black Forest, Germany