Every Thursday bloggers are challenged to share a photos of doors. If there's a better photo inanimate photo subject, I'm not sure what it is. Here you see St. Ita's Church, a fine example of neo-gothic style. Famed architect Henry J. Schlack designed the church which was completed in 1928. Clearly these new glass doors are a modern addition, but they work well, I think. To see more wonderful doors, click here .
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