Not all of us can take a trip to Egypt to enjoy the ancient monuments, but there are modern Kemetic-themed buildings right in our own midst.  The following is a collection of buildings that I've enjoyed visiting, and I hope they inspire you to imagine what the beautiful temples and palaces of ancient Kemet might have looked like, when they were new.  

Views from the Rosicrucian Park, San Jose

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Reebie Building, Chicago, Illinois

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