Palais Des Nations In Guinea

The historically-significant and extremely architecturally-relevant structure that is the Palais des Nations is an important landmark of Guinea. Originally constructed as a venue for the Organisation of African Unity conference in 1984, the structure then went onto serve as the president’s office after the death of SekouTouré.

The building was destroyed in the 1996 army rebellion but its ruins and the 50 Moorish-styled villas surrounding it which are now used as residences and offices, still make for a great visit and give an accurate sneak peek into Guinea’s rich past.

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