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Pictures of rarely visited embassies in Washington, D.C.

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On Saturday, May 1st, certain embassies were open to the public through the Around the World Embassy Tour. This was the first event of a month long international culture celebration in D.C. The Embassy of Benin was one of the embassies people could visit.

On Saturday, May 1st, certain embassies were open to the public through the Around the World Embassy Tour. This was the first event of a month long international culture celebration in D.C. The Embassy of Benin was one of the embassies people could visit.1Picture by Lorena KowalewskiVarious artifacts were on display for visitors to learn about Benin. 2Picture by Lorena KowalewskiAlthough not an embassy, the Islamic Center was open for visitors as well.3Picture by Lorena KowalewskiInside the center is beautifully, detailed architecture. 4Picture by Lorena KowalewskiSome embassies, such as the Embassy of the Republic of Cote d'lvoire, look like normal office buildings in D.C. 5Picture by Lorena KowalewskiThe Embassy of South Africa is located on Massachusetts Avenue and is rather large compared to its surrounding buildings.6Picture by Lorena KowalewskiOne of the smaller scaled embassies is the Embassy of Zambia, which looks more like a house rather than an official building.7Picture by Lorena KowalewskiThe Embassy of Afghanistan is also smaller than other embassies and is situated in a more secluded area.8Picture by Lorena Kowalewski

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