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Kalorama

2200 R St. NW – Embassy of Zambia

2200 R St. is a four-story stone building. It is currently the Embassy of Zambia, and was previously a private home.

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Kalorama

2320 Massachusetts Avenue NW

2320 Massachusetts Avenue is the consular office of the Embassy of South Korea. It is a four-story building with a stone facade.

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Kalorama

2211 R St. NW

The Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus is at 2211 R St., a four-story brick and stone building.

Neighborhood
Kalorama

2202 Massachusetts Avenue NW

2202 Massachusetts Avenue is the Office of the Defense Attache for the Turkish Embassy. It is a three-story stone building, built in 1914.

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Kalorama

2221 R St. NW

2221 R St. NW was formerly the residence of the Embassador for Yugoslavia. It was acquired by Serbia in 2011 under the Yugoslavian succession agreement. Serbia has plans to renovate it, but it has remained empty and no work has started on it since 2011.

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Kalorama

1621 22nd St. NW

1621 22nd St. NW is the Embassy of Bulgaria.  It is a large three-story building, brick with stone trim, built in 1911.

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Kalorama

2139 R St. NW

2139 R Street is a large four-story townhouse, built in 1908 of brick with stone trim.  It is currently the Tanzania Chancery.

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Kalorama

2223 R St. NW

2223 R St. is a three and 1/2 story stone building, built by architect George Oakley Totten in the style of an Italian palazzo.  It is referred to as the Charles Evans Hughes House;  he lived there from 1930 until when he died in 1948. The building was originally constructed in 1907 as an embassy. […]

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Kalorama

2220 R St. NW

2220 R St. NW is the Embassy of Guatemala, a three-story brick building built in 1931.

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Kalorama

Embassy of Mauritania

The Embassy of Mauritania is at 2129 Leroy Place.  The five-story brick townhouse was originally built as a private residence in 1914, in the Georgian Revival style.  Before the Embassy of Mauritania, the building in the past has been the Embassy of Hungary, the Embassy of Libya, the Polish Trade Mission, and the Embassy of […]