Here you see some old taps in the kitchen of one of the restored monumental houses in the historic centre of my hometown. At the beginning of September I visited the building when they had opened their doors for the general public.
Nowadays the premises are rented out to a group of architects who have their offices there. That is why they also have a modern tap installed at the other side of the sink, more practical.
Fortunately the old ones stayed. Well, they have to, because one of the conditions of renting monuments from the municipality is that the building is maintained the way it was after the restoration.
Another photo for Mundane Monday. Go and have a look at other contributions posted on Jithin’s blog.