Petit Futé's opinion on AFRICA HALL
Built in 1961 under Emperor Haile Selassie, on the plans of the Italian architect Arturo Mezzedimi, the building became the headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa in 1963 (E.C.A.). The huge stained glass window covering a surface of 150 m 2, made by the famous Ethiopian artist Afewerk Téklé, is known as one of the largest in the world. Its title, Africa, past, present and future, speaks of itself. Under the light of the light that crosses it, the stained glass stained up a huge mosaic of colours on the floor of the hall.
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The access to the building requiring a special accreditation, its visit must be programmed.