30 Secret Doors to Hidden Places

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31st Jan, 2013

From mysterious doors and secret rooms to hidden passageways and nature’s portals, my sense is that you and I have an unquenchable thirst for this stuff, so here are 30 of my favourites that I’d like to show you, freshly fished from the rabbit hole that is the internet…

Behind the bookshelf

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via Bookshelf p0rn

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The secret door

St Florian Library, Austria via here

 

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One of the secret doors of the Stift Admont library, Austria via Olympia LeTan’s Tumblr

 

 

Secret Door Systems

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 by Creative Home Engineering

 

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via Pinterest

 

 

Down the rabbit hole…

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via Xaxor

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via Xaxor

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QVB - Corkscrew Stairs to Secret Door

Corkscrew stairs lead to a mysterious door in the Queen Victoria building in Sydney via Sage of Shadowdale

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via Chasing the Green Faerie

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via Down to Earth Style

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via Mythic Journeys

 

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DIY tiny door via Design Sponge

Nature’s little secrets…

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A underground house in Nordland, Norway via RelaxShacks

 

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Unknown location via Beautiful Portals

 

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via ChasingtheGreenFaerie 

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via Xaxor

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Saint Anne Chapel in Normandy lies within the hollow trunk of one of two 1,000-1,300 year old Yew trees in the cemetery at La Haye-de-Routot village in the Brotonne Regional Park in France via The Morthouse

 

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 A private garden in Portland Oregon, more photos via Traditional Home

 

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 via Pinterest

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via Julie’s Juice

 

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via Pinterest

 

 

To the bat cave!

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Cave entrance in Santorini, Greece via here

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via My Ideal Home

The Blue door…

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via Pinterest

 

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via Peter Pennoyer

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via imgfave

 

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Tardis fridge via here

An amazing discovery…

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Hidden chapel found under a Victorian family home in Shropshire, England via The Chive

The Farla family remember the day they discovered what was beneath the rectangular metal grid in their front hall:

‘We only discovered it because we were drunkenly fooling around and decided to have a look at what was beneath the grid – It was amazing. Everyone was hovering around with excitement. The first thing we came across in the middle of the basement was an old, open chest and in it were old newspapers and bottles dating back to the 1930s. There were also hooks hanging from the ceiling which could have been used to hang meat. At one end of the cellar was a sort of mesh or cloth which was damp. There were also some sort of brick seats around the walls which looked like something you might find in a church. The surprises continued as exploration went on and someone spotted some stairs at the back of the basement. There was more cardboard and we broke through that and it came out to a cupboard in our dining room.’ via here.

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