During my visit to the Dom Church where I took the photo of the window with the chandelier, I spotted this half-opened door of the box pews.
The wood carvings are quite austere, but elegant. Only the decorations of the grip (see the picture below) are a bit more elaborate, although I do not have any idea which animal is represented. Actually, the whole building is sparsely decorated, probably due to the fact that is has been a Protestant church since 1580. The upholstery looks a bit faded, I suppose it is a costly affair to refurbish all the benches.
This photo is my contribution to Norm’s Thursday Doors for this week. If you like doors, visit his page and have a look at other interesting specimens.