Not an architectural treasure, but fascinating as it reflects Haile Selassie's decidely eclectic take on European architecture. He chose to have a series of murals painted depicting incidents of recent Ethiopian history, such as his speech to the League of Nations at the time of the Italian invastion. More recently he himself has been interred there in a brooding sarcaphagus.
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