Devastated by an earthquake in 1963, the capital of Macedonia was rebuilt under the auspices of the UN in a process that defined solidarity and cooperation in a divided era. A team of international architects led by Japan’s Kenzō Tange brought about one of the world’s most powerful architectural statements of the 20th century. This architecture is featured in a map of Skopje produced by Blue Crow Media

All photographs: Vase Amanito for Blue Crow Media
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