The Doors of the Hermitage — The Hermitage Amsterdam is a branch of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is located on the banks of the Amstel river in Amsterdam and is an exhibition space and cultural education center with a focus on Russian history and culture. The art there is very beautiful but that didn’t keep me from noticing some interesting doors around the building. I thought I’d use some on Norm’s Thursday Doors.
The last 2 pictures are so striking. The first one because it is such an interesting use of light, and the 2nd one because of the effect. Oh my! … that shadow is amazing!
One of my favorite museums!
Great! You know, a lot of people visit Amsterdam and don’t even know about the Hermitage. Of course the reason might be because the city has so many wonderful museums!
These are lovely. I bet you had an enjoyable visit 🙂
Thanks, Norm. The trip was wonderful and between the four cities we visited I took an abundance of door pictures! Very timely since I was running out of doors… 😄
Hey, I’m just glad to know that my weekly feature helps by giving you a need to take another trip 😀
There you go! 😂
I love the humor of the second one. What a wonderful place it must be!
It is indeed a wonderful museum. I should post more photos from it.