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Posted by1 month ago

= Houari Boumediene University of Science and Technology at Bab Ezzouar by Oscar Niemeyer, (1974) =

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It’s Algeria. They’ve had a lot to deal with in the last ~12 years: Arab Spring, some difficult presidencies, al Qaida in the African Maghreb, economic issues, etc. Truth be told, if someone said they were still dealing with French colonial issues from the sixties, I would not be surprised

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== About Community ==
A friendly place to discover and appreciate brutalist buildings and architecture. Share photos, read articles, and discuss

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