Abuja is the Federal Capital territory of Nigeria and is a unique and emerging city that is blessed with lots of fascinating and elegant structural highlights. Some of these architectural monuments were constructed by top construction companies and had delightful plans produced by world class architects. These architectural highlights have in a long way given the city of Abuja a beautiful and graceful look. They have also helped in creating a special niche that has placed the city of Abuja among several top cities of the world. These are eight of its top architectural highlights;
National Communications Headquarters
The National Communications Headquarters is located in Maitama, Abuja. It is the headquarters of the Independent National Regulatory Authority for the telecommunications industry in Nigeria.
Federal Ministry of Defence
Located in Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Garki, Abuja, is the Federal Ministry of Defence Building. This Ministry is charged with ensuring Nigeria’s national security.
This is the seat of legislative powers and functions in the country. The National Assembly is modeled after the Federal Congress of the United States.
The Nigerian National Mosque was opened in 1984 and is located at Independence Avenue, Abuja. It’s open to non-Muslim public except during prayers.
Central Bank Headquarters
The Headquarters of the Central Bank of Nigeria is located at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Way. It is the apex seat of all financial institutions in Nigeria.
One of the top hotel and hospitality establishments in Nigeria is the Transcorp Hilton hotel. It is located at Aguiyi Ironsi way, Abuja.
Herbert Macauley Way is the home of four monumental and exquisite towers which act as the Headquarters of the NNPC.
Located at Tafawa Balewa way, close to Aso Rock is Nicon Luxury hotel. It is one of the most popular and exquisite hotel and hospitality establishments in Nigeria. The hotel was opened in 2003 when Queen Elizabeth II visited Nigeria.