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The World’s Most Spectacular Gas Station

 

By Peter Orosz,

The Fiat Tagliero Building, built in 1938, is an architectural ode to the automobile like Fiat’s Lingotto factory in Turin. But the Tagliero is thousands of miles from Italy’s industrial heartland—and it is but one of the many magnificent Futurist structures in Asmara, the highland capital of Eritrea. Continue reading The World’s Most Spectacular Gas Station