The NANA (Northwest Alaska Native Association) Regional Corporation Building is a two-story structure, with offices on the second floor and the NANA Museum of the Arctic on the first floor, displaying ethnological and natural history collections. The building is unusual in shape, coming to a sharp point at one end, with a serrated edge. Originally a dark brown natural color, the building has been painted baby blue.
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NANA Regional Corporation Building
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