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English: The Embassy of Macedonia (also known as the Moses House) located at 2129 Wyoming Avenue, NW in the Sheridan-Kalorama neighbourhood of Washington, D.C.

Designed by Thomas Franklin Schneider in 1893, the building features a combination of Queen Anne and Neoclassical architectural styles. It served as the Embassy of France for almost 40 years and is now owned by the Macedonian government. The embassy is a contributing property to the Sheridan-Kalorama Historic District. Its 2009 property value is $3,453,840.
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38° 55′ 2.76″ N, 77° 2′ 53.18″ W

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