Over the doors, a rather foreboding set of decorations; it makes the entrance look like a set of teeth, or a vicious and sadistic trap devised by someone who hated the guillotine for its speed and relative lack of pain. They belong to no style I can name, unless there's a German Expressionist Nosferatu-set style I haven't heard of. It's like a roost for mechanical bats.

The white spots indicate light sockets. They haven't shone in years.

Above the door: eagles. Streamlined eagles with streamlined fasces. Good thing they didn't remove them during the war; they would never been returned.