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Organization of American States

Government Building and Office
Northwest Washington, Washington
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  • Iván C.
    "The fountains of the "patio azteca" are on- such a beautiful patio"(3 Tips)
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    On each side of front facade are sculptures/reliefs dedicated to South America (left) & North America (right). N. America works are by Gutzon Borglum who created Mount Rushmore. Full history via<LINK> Read more
  • Iván C.
    Iván ChOctober 4, 2012
    The fountains of the "patio azteca" are on- such a beautiful patio
  • Lautaro M.
    Lautaro MartinMay 24, 2012
    Don't forget to visit the Patio Azteca, it has plants and trees from all over Americas.
  • Iván C.
    Iván ChMay 3, 2012
    You can always go in as a visitor once you present a valid ID. The building is beautiful and full of history. A great way to complement the visit
  • Iván C.
    Iván ChMay 3, 2012
    You can always go in as a visitor once you present a valid ID. The building is beautiful an full
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    Home of the world'st oldest international association founded in 1890. Considered the city's most beautiful Beaux Arts building. Built in 1908-10 by Philippe Cret and Albert P. Kelsey
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