Category:Embassy of Sierra Leone (Washington, D.C.)

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English: The Embassy of Sierra Leone is located at 1701 19th Street, N.W., in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Built in 1917 to the designs of noted architect Jules Henri de Sibour, the 21-room, Beaux-Arts former private residence is designated as a contributing property to the Dupont Circle Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. Former occupants include U.S. Senator Frank B. Kellogg, Assistant Secretary of State Joseph P. Cotton, philanthropist and diplomat Myron C. Taylor, and the United Nations Club.


embajada de Sierra Leona en Estados Unidos (es); ambassade de Sierra Leone aux États-Unis (fr); سفاره سييراليون فى امريكا (arz); שגרירות סיירה לאון בוושינגטון די. סי. (he); Посольство Сьерра-Леоне в США (ru); Botschaft von Sierra Leone in Washington, D.C. (de); Посольство Сьєрра-Леоне в США (uk); Embassy of Sierra Leone in Washington, D.C. (en); سفارة سيراليون في واشنطن العاصمة (ar); Пасольства Сьера-Леонэ ў ЗША (be); Sierra Leones ambassad i USA (sv)
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Instance ofembassy
Location Washington, D.C., District of Columbia
Applies to jurisdictionUnited States of America,
Brazil,
The Bahamas,
Bolivia,
Canada,
Chile,
Guyana,
Jamaica,
Trinidad and Tobago
Street address
  • 1701 19th Street
Operator
official website
38° 54′ 46.08″ N, 77° 02′ 35.16″ W
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