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English: The Embassy of Swaziland located at 1712 New Hampshire Avenue, NW in the Dupont Circle neighbourhood of Washington Constructed in 1894, the five-story Richardsonian Romanesque row house is a contributing property to the Dupont Circle Historic District and valued at $5,830,940. The Kingdom of Swaziland purchased the building from the Air Conditioning Contractors of America in December 2000. Additional past owners of the property include Emily Burns Mitchell, Kathryn C. Robinson, the government of the Pahlavi dynasty (embassy), the government of Ecuador (embassy), the government of Italy (high commission), and the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America.
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