Wooden Ceilings from Around the World

Some wooden ceilings from around the world.

There were lots of wooden ceilings in Holland such as this one in the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) in Amsterdam.
The wooden ceiling in the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) in Amsterdam, HollandAn elaborate ceiling at Kasteel de Haar near Utrecht, Holland.
Elaborate Ceiling at Kasteel de Haar near Utrecht, HollandThe ceiling beams hold sayings in the Café Chris, a ‘Brown Café’ (historic pub) in Amsterdam, Holland.
Café Chris, a 'Brown Café' which is what they call historic pubs in Amsterdam, HollandCeiling in the Atumashi monastery in Mandalay, Myanmar.Atumashi monastery in Mandalay, MyanmarIn this case the ceiling is the wooden rafters that barely keep the roof tiles from falling in upon one (Kumbalgarh Fort in India). The falling apart roof of Kumbalgarh Fort in IndiaWood ceiling in a Chinese temple in Singapore. Wood ceiling in a Chinese temple in SingaporeWood ceiling featuring bat-like angels in the Stamford Church in England. Wood ceiling featuring bat-like angels in the Stamford Church in EnglandIntricately carved wood ceiling in a temple in Penang, Malaysia. Intricately carved wood ceiling in a temple in Penang, MalaysiaWaiting for the train in the Rotterdam station I spotted these unique wood ‘sculptures’ breaking through the ceiling. Waiting for the train in the Rotterdam station I spotted these unique wood 'sculptures' breaking through the ceilingMore of Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge: Look Up.

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