Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Embassies of Washington, Part 3 (CEE)

Here's the first of our special editions. I used to work at CEPA, a think tank which studies the ten post-communist member states of the European Union. A ready-made group of 10, so after tracking down Slovenia, the only one I had not seen or visited prior to the project, and swinging by my old neighborhood to snap Poland and Lithuania, I present to you the EU Class of 2004 and 2007, minus Cyprus and Malta: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic (which has one of the best embassies in the city, on Spring of Freedom Drive near Van Ness, nestled in the woods, and they gave out full cups of free Pilsner Urquell at EU Open House day), Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

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