Gates from Around the World

A collection of gates from around the world.

This green field surround by a stone wall with a wooden gate looks like it should be in Ireland and shows off the Gaelic roots of the province of Galicia in Spain.A green field with a stone wall shows off Galicia's Gaelic rootsThis iron gate in the Najera Monastery in the province of Rioja in Spain looks more the way I think a Spanish gate should look like.
Iron gate in the Najera Monastery in SpainAll roads lead to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland.All Roads Lead to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin IrelandIn the UK part of Ireland the gate posts tend to have creatures on them. Sometimes they’re serious, like these lion gateposts at Downhill Demesne and sometimes they’re just having fun with plaster bunnies, mice and badgers…Lion gateposts at Downhill Demesne in Ireland, UKWhile we’re on the British Isles here’s a gilded gate in Ruthin, Wales.A gilded wrought iron gate in Ruthin, WalesThe Amsterdam Marina sign with a gate that leads into the marina in the NSDM, an area of the city that is experimenting with a way of living in the future.The Amsterdam Marina sign with a gate that leads into the marinaA turquoise gate on a red door in Jodhpur, India.A turquoise gate on a red door in Jodhpur, IndiaGate inside a ruin looking over at Thatbyinnyu Phaya Temple in Bagan, Myanmar.Gate Inside Nearby Ruin Looking Over at Thatbyinnyu Phaya in Bagan, MyanmarGate at Minh Mang Tomb in Hue, Vietnam. Minh Mang Tomb in Hue: GateA metal gate featuring Buddha in Cambodia.A metal gate featuring Buddha in CambodiaA bear gate guards the entrance to a small cemetery in the BC North (Canada).
A bear guards a small cemetery in the BC NorthDetail of an old gate in San Miguel de Allende in Mexico.Detail of an old gate in San Miguel de Allende in MexicoAn orange corridor leads to a locked gate in Mexico City.Orange corridor with a gate in Mexico CityMore of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Need to Contain the Letter G.

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