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Top Five(5) most beautiful Presidential homes and palaces in Africa. See where Jubilee house ranks

Every country has a well designed apartment, home or palace for their head of state. Countries spend millions of dollars to ensure the safety of their presidential home as well as its beauty. In today's article, let us look at five most beautiful houses or palaces of Presidents in Africa


#5. Union Buildings

This magnificent building is made of the offices for the South African government likewise the office of the president of South Africa. It is located in Pretoria which is one of the capital cities of South Africa. The building has different collections of buildings which houses the monuments and gardens of South Africa, one of the best tourist centre in the country. The building is currently 110 years old. It has served several presidents in South Africa.


#4. Abdeen Palace

This palace is located in Egypt's capital city, Cairo. Egypt is one of the most richest countries in Africa and there is no doubt their presidential palace won't be beautiful. The palace is full of beautiful and cool paintings. Security around the palace is also very strong


#3. Unity Palace

This palace often rated as the most beautiful palace of a President in Africa. It is located in the Erosion region in Yaounde and surrounded by verdant greenery in a serene location.


#2. Presidential Palace

The presidential Palace is Sudan is the second most beautiful palaces in Africa. It is located in Khartoum in Sudan. Its beauty is just like the US white house. 


#1. Flag Staff House(Jubilee House)

Ghana's Jubilee house is the most beautiful palace or home of a president. It is located in the capital city of Ghana, Accra. It was inaugurated in 2008.


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