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St. Brigid’s Church – Ottawa
I found an odd mix of different doors on the historic St. Brigid’s Church during our visit to Ottawa last month.
The first door I saw was this rear delivery door. Okay, I thought, green doors with steel rivets in them…this should be interesting:
Of course to add to the confusion this is the side door:
Looking up at the steeples from behind I had to wonder what I’d find around the front:
Something told me these ones would be different too and they didn’t disappoint:
After searching online I couldn’t find any information as to why this wonderful old heritage status structure would be equipped with doors featuring such a variety of different styles and colors.
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