Further adding up to the previous amazing entrance shots, here's the third one from Bangalore,India. There can't be a better welcome to a museum than this traditional marble clad entrance with layers of Intricate carvings. The teak wood doors has got symmetrical carvings with brass knobs that adds the beauty and regal touch to this grand entrance. . . #3#doorsofinstagram
The pristine beaches of this Island away from daily chaos are the perfect getaway destination, definitely among the most lovely places and also a #unescoworldheritage site, this place is a must visit if you are planning for East-Africa. #zanzibarisland . . @thetravelius
The famous brass studded Zanzibar doors are inspired from the Indian doors used to defend against the elephants. The intricate carvings done on these teak and rosewood is unique to each and every one of them accordingly to the person living behind these doors. All you need to do is get out of your car and have a walk through the old Stone town and you can spot it everywhere. . #2#doorsofinstagram @natgeotravel
The old fort of #stonetownzanzibar, probably the oldest building here is fortification with a rich history... The same building has been a fort, a prison, a railway terminal, ladies club and finally the headquarters of #zanzibar international film festival. That's simply insane😅 . .
#6#tanzania This was presented to the First President of Tanzania by the British government in 1965. It has also server the second and third president and now it stands proudly as a national heritage. . .