World Bank Building, Asmara
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The World Bank Building of Asmara, Eritrea is a large Italian villa built in 1938 which was bought by the World Bank to house its headquarters in that country. The architecture of the building is a mixture of Futurist and Art Deco architectural styles.
- Asmara: The Frozen City, Jochen Visscher and Stefan Boness (Jovis, 2007)
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