Tazmazian Embassies – Thursday Doors.

Last week, we headed down South to Tazmazia, a miniature village and maze located in Promised Land, Tasmania near the town of Sheffield where we checked out the doors in the village of Lower Crackpot. This week, we’re visiting the nearby embassy buildings, which have quite a collection of fascinating doors as well.


The Embassy of Iceland.


No door here but the Embassy of New Foundland is well protected. 



Above: First there was Charles & Di. Then, there was Will & Kate. Here my husband and I get our own portrait in front of the historic Taj Mahal, albeit in miniature.


The Embassy of Ireland


Not sure if there are any doors on this pyramid, but at least the mummy can breathe. 


The French Embassy must have an open door policy. 


Isn’t it cute…the Argentinian Embassy.


A bit of door wisdom from Lower Crackpot. 

You can read more about our visit to Tazmazia Here.

Thursday Doors is hosted by Norm 2.0 at Thursday Doors.  Why don’t you come and join us and share a few of your favourite doors.

Best wishes,


17 thoughts on “Tazmazian Embassies – Thursday Doors.

  1. Junieper/Jesh stG

    Love especially the embassy of Iceland! Can imagine you had lots of laughs here looking at what these all represented:)

  2. Rowena Post author

    Thanks, Junieper. Yes, the embassy of Iceland was particularly clever. Going through the photos, I’d wished we’d stayed there longer. It was closing as we left and we had to rush through Lower Crackpot. I am never going in the maze again. I had no sense of direction and was freaking out by the end. Let me out of here!
    xx Rowena

  3. Rowena Post author

    Gary, w,e had a ball there. Unfortunately, we had a late start and had to rush through the village. It’s all very clever with a cracking wit.
    Best wishes,

  4. Rowena Post author

    Thanks very much, Tree. Great to catch up. I take part in a blog share called Thursday Doors which you’d probably enjoy. There’s a link from my blog.

  5. treerabold

    I popped in and out of Thursday doors. It is a fun blog. I need to get back at it. I’m always taking pictures of doors and in the back of my mind I’m thinking about Thursday Doors!

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