My wife and I spent a day in Potsdam, just southwest of Berlin, during our recent vacation in Germany. Margaret chose this place because of Sans-Souci, a grand palace with lush grounds that was built by Frederick the Great in 1745-47. I’ll post more about Sans-Souci later. Today I want to share the doors from Potsdam’s historic city center.
First, some views of Potsdam itself for context. The city center is partially closed to vehicles, and even on this Tuesday was busy with people.
There are towns in Germany with older buildings, but Potsdam still packs plenty of character.
Here now, the doors of Potsdam.
Nikon Df, 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 G AF Nikkor
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