Maybe I’m searching wrong, but I can’t find anything about fancy old buildings built in Africa, like giant churches and state buildings plastered everywhere from Europe. I tried looking for specific countries but still nothing. Surely they’re not all destroyed?
Well, if you’re searching for “Africa”…then yeah, you’re probably searching wrong? I mean, I’ll act like stating the obvious isn’t necessary…? Because…?
This is so general, I don’t know quite how to answer you but I’ll do my best, I suppose.
You probably need to be much more specific. Basically you want the equivalent of European Medieval-y type castle buildings? They’re pretty much all over the place…
^ That one is The Great Mosque of Kairouan in Tunisia.
Here’s a gallery of some of the Old Town buildings of Djenné (Mali):
Fasilides Palace in Ethiopia:
For fancy Christian churches with painted interiors, try searching “Copt” or “Coptic” (these are Zagwe dynasty, I believe):
Here’s Saint George’s Church in Addis Abeba:
And Bete Giorgis in Lalibela, Ethiopia:
I mean, there’s no order to this, I’m just throwing stuff out there at random. If you want, there’s a Wikipedia page for World Heritage Sites in Africa here. There’s another Wikipedia page for Architecture of Africa here.