These doors do not open in the physical sense.
But the fact that they are mounted on the wall invites us to open ourselves to their history.
The doors have a new home in the lobby of the new Shaare Zedek Hospital in the Bayit Vagan neighborhood of Jerusalem.
The two plaques on the threshold explain where they came from.
They were the original doors in the first Shaare Zedek Hospital, from when it was built in 1902 until it moved to the new facility in 1979.
There is even a camel caravan going down Jaffa Road in this photo of Shaare Zedek from around 1902!
I hope you enjoyed your tour for That's My World Tuesday and for Monday Doors.