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Friday 3 February 2017
Here’s a treat for any concrete lovers.
Ever since my first visit to Skopje, Macedonia, I have been meaning to write an article about the city’s wild, brutalist architecture. I mentioned the trend last time I posted about Macedonia – in my article about the ‘Colourful Revolution‘ that was going down the last time I visited. But after several trips, I now have a fairly extensive photo album of brutalism in Skopje, and the time is drawing near to post an article dedicated solely to the city’s Yugoslav-era architecture.
You can take a look through my collection of images below. You might have seen some of these before, from older galleries, but after a number of visits I’ve now consolidated all my photos into one, comprehensive collection of Skopje brutalism.
Prepare to see a full story on this hitting the front page of the blog sometime soon!
Central Bank of Macedonia
Skopje Hydrometeorological Service Building
Skopje Administrative Court
Macedonian Radio Television (MRTV)
Skopje Train Station
Saints Cyril & Methodius University
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