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E. J. Roye building
/ The E. J. Roye building was named after Edwin J. Roye Liberia´s fifth president and chief justice, and speaker of the House. You can read more about ...
LIBERIAN ARCHITECTURE FROM 1822 TO THE PRESENT PART V
/ In the Sixties, The coming of LAMCO (Liberian American Swedish Minerals Co.), introduced Swedish Modern architecture to Liberia, transforming the village of Y...
LIBERIAN ARCHITECTURE FROM 1822 TO THE PRESENT PART IV
/ The Executive Pavilion was constructed in the 1930s as part of the Executive Mansion complex. The Executive Pavilion, with the “Old Mansion” in the rear...
LIBERIAN ARCHITECTURE FROM 1822 TO THE PRESENT PART III
/ The oldest still-standing church edifice in Liberia is Providence Baptist, constructed in 1839. Besides visible cracks in its steeple, the building remains rema...
LIBERIAN ARCHITECTURE FROM 1822 TO THE PRESENT PART I
/ Prior to the countrys founding by African-Americans in 1822, the indigenous people of what was then the Grain Coast constructed their houses in the Sudanese sty...
LIBERIAN ARCHITECTURE FROM 1822 TO THE PRESENT PART II
/ The first building intended for use as the official residence of the President of Liberia was constructed in 1850, two years after independence. The Executive...
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