Last Updated 5-12-08


"Embassy Row," in Washington DC, generally refers to a stretch of Massachusetts and/or New Hampshire Avenues (Northwest) extending out from Dupont Circle, toward the National Cathedral, along which one finds many (but not all) of the District's foreign embassies.


Embassy Row is primarily located in the Northwest corner of the above map. 

The star for the Estonian Embassy is the fictitious location of the original 11th Hour Lounge, Capital Hill being North of there near Florida or Connecticut Avenues, in Kalorama/Sheridan.



A Typical view down Massachusetts Avenue (left)










Sheridan Circle (below)

Dupont Circle & The Fountains (where Massachusetts Avenue meets the Circle)


Below are some pictures of various buildings along Embassy Row, primarily Massachusetts Avenue and immediate vicinity.

American News Women's Club

Typical Embassy Row buildings (don't know which ones these are, sorry)

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The Turkish Chancery

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Indonesian Embassy