On Tuesday, I posted an image of a door in Venice that led to the water. Today I decided to post an image that people can actually walk to. Near the end of our stay in Lucerne, Switzerland, we had time to kill and we headed out to explore part of the city we hadn't walked around yet. This old door was located right near the Court Church of St. Leodegar. I have tried to do some research on what this building is used for and whether it is associated with the church. The only thing I know is that it was built in 1711 (obvious) and you can tell from the old wood that it seems to be original to the building. In any case, it attracted my attention while my wife and friends were shopping (I usually can be found shooting whenever they enter a store).