Eritrea Travel: A Detailed Guide on Safety, Visas and Budget [2020 Guide]; Nellie Huang; Wild Junket Adventure Travel Blog

Eritrea travel is a rewarding experience for those seeking something different. This Eritrea travel guide is designed to help you plan an independent trip.

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Asmara, Eritrea: An Art Deco City in Africa; Nellie Huang; Wild Junket Adventure Travel Blog

Asmara, Eritrea, is possibly the most interesting capital city in Africa. It is a unique mishmash of 1930s Art Deco buildings, cinemas and open-air cafes.

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The eerie appeal of Eritrea’s colonial architecture; Aaron Brooks; East Africa Monitor

Eritrea doesn’t top the bucket list of many travellers you’re likely to come across. The country is often dubbed Africa’s most secretive state and compared to the reclusive totalitarianism of North Korea. Last year’s peace deal with Ethiopia brought an end to Africa’s longest-running border conflict and helped Eritrea’s reputation among the international community.

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Photographs document the Italian Fascist architecture of Eritrea; Guglielmo Mattioli; Arch Paper

Walking the central streets of Asmara, Eritrea, for the first time can be quite a puzzling experience for a foreigner. The capital city is full of These photographs document the legacy of colonial Italian Fascist architecture in the Eritrean city of Asmara.

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When Gorgeous Architectural Landmarks Are Also Monuments to Fascism; Evan Nicole Brown; Atlas Obscura

In Asmara, Eritrea, preservationists are grappling with the tricky task of celebrating Futurism.

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Eritrea’s Modernist architecture: a striking reminder of years of oppression; Charlie Lawrence Jones; Citymetric

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Asmara: the Unesco-listed African city you’d never thought to visit; Chris Leadbeater; Telegraph

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Exploring Eritrea’s UNESCO certified Art-Deco wonderland; Thomas Mukoya; Independent

Eritrea – Asmara: a Modernist City of Africa

In an often-forgotten corner of the Horn of Africa, Eritrea’s capital boasts one of the world’s finest collections of early 20th-century architecture – with UNESCO awarding it World Heritage Site status earlier this year…

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Reflections on Asmara’s Modernist (and Colonial) Dream; Mebrak Tareke; HyperAllergic

Eritrea – Asmara: a Modernist City of Africa

It’s hard not to question why Asmara was named a World Heritage Site, especially as the country is reeling from decades of hardship.

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