The residence of the Senegalese head of state is also one of the country's great architectural icons.
A stately white symbol of the country.
A key symbol of the republic and a witness of the country's social history since being built in 1907, the palace on Rue Léopold Senghor is one of the main centres where important public protests take place, and because of it's importance it's a must-visit, even if you can only do so from outside, allowing a good look at the stately white neoclassical structure, attended by red-attired palace guards.
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