This week’s Thursday Doors are from random streets around the town of Dundalk. I featured the first one a couple of weeks ago but this image is from a different angle. Of course, I had to include a red door in at least one of these photos.
Mind you, I’m quite partial to a grey door, especially when it’s surrounded by such lovely pillars.
The next photograph is of the courthouse, designed by Edward Parke and John Bowden in the Neoclassical style and modeled on the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens. It was completed in 1819.
A stone sculpture, The Maid of Erin, stands in front of the courthouse as a memorial to the Irish rebellion of 1798.
Thanks for stopping by. Next week we’ll have a coffee and a wee bit of history along with it. For lots more Thursday Doors carry on over to Norm’s blog.