Embassy Row

Embassy Row

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Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC , United States
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More than 160 embassies and diplomatic missions have homes in Washington, DC, many of them populating a strip of Massachusetts Avenue called Embassy Row. It makes for a nice stroll, showcasing the embassies of Japan, Turkey, Brazil, South Africa, Great Britain, and more. Some embassies for visitors, and in the spring many of them participate in a massive open house program.

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