Africa is known for its beautiful architectural designs. Let's have a glance of some beautiful Presidential house in Africa that you will love to know. Please read to know more
Flag staff house, Ghana
Ghana is known to be one of the best countries in Africa, rich in culture, good hospitality and many qualities. The country is also one of the most popular countries in Africa and mere looking at the Ghana Flag Staff Presidential Palace you definitely know Ghana has a good taste for quality and beautiful structures.
Popularly called the Golden Jubilee House or Jubilee House. This is the official Resident and the home of the present president of Ghana. The Golden Jubilee House is sited in Accra the capital city of Ghana.
The Unity Palace (Yaounde, Cameroon)
With the towering pillars that holds its walls, pleasant surroundings and verdant greenery around it, the Unity Palace is a striking work of art. Located in the region Etoudi, Yaounde, it is the presidential palace of the President of Cameroon. The President of Cameroon has been using the palace since November 6, 1982, when he assumed Office.
Abdeen Palace (Cairo, Egypt)
Considered one of the most luxurious palaces in the world with its embellishments, paintings, and large number of clocks scattered in the parlors and wings, most of which are decorated with pure gold, Abdeen Palace is exotic. It is located above Qasr el-Nil Street in eastern Downtown Cairo, Egypt. It is a historic Cairo palace which has 500 suites, and is the official residence and main office of the President of Egypt.
Union Buildings (Pretoria-South Africa)
The Union buildings house the offices of the President of South Africa. The building, inscribed in the register of national monuments, is one of the main centers of the country’s political life and a popular and tourist emblem of the city of Pretoria. The buildings of the Union were built between 1909 and 1913 on the plans of the architect Herbert Baker. They are of a finesse and a remarkable clarity.
Iavoloha Palace (Antananarivo-Madagascar)
Like Côte d’Ivoire, here is another country with two presidential palaces: Ambohitsirohitra Palace and Iavoloha Palace. Located 15 km from the capital, the Iavoloha Palace is huge. It has always been painted white and its architecture is almost identical to that of the Queen’s Palace in Manjakamiadana, sovereign of Madagascar in the nineteenth century. It is often the object of curiosity on the part of tourists passing through Antananarivo, so beautiful it is.
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