In each country there is the head of state, whether the president, king, queen, emperor or sultan. And all have official residence, where they work and sometimes they live. We offer to meet with the most impressive buildings, affecting not only significant in the life of the country, but also the beauty of the architecture.
Residence of the President, Taiwan
Although the residence and located in Taybєe, the capital of Taiwan, but it belongs to the president of China. It was built in 1919 designed by the Japanese architect Nagano more during the reign of Japan in the country. The length of the facade, which faces east, towards the rising sun, 130 meters.
Casa Rosada, Argentina
Casa Rosada – the official residence of the President of the Argentine, its name translates as “pink house”.And yet there is a museum with exhibits related to the life of the previous heads of state. The building was completed in 1898, is one of the main attractions of the country, is considered a monument of national architecture.
Prague Castle, Czech Republic
The most important symbol of Prague, as the Czech Republic – this is the official residence and office of the President. In addition, there is stored and the treasures of the Bohemian crown. Castle seen in its history dolgub Czech princes, Holy Roman Emperors and presidents of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. It has an area of 70 thousand square meters.
Presidential Palace, Lithuania
Located in Vilnius Palace is the official residence of the President of Lithuania. Its construction began in the 14th century and lasted until 1834. After that, it has undergone many changes, while in 1997 has not received a new status.
Presidential Palace, Ghana
Officially the palace, located in the capital, Accra, was the presidential residence in 2008year. It was built on the site of the administrative building of the British government of the Gold Coast. Money to build – $ 30 million – has provided the Government of India.
Elysee Palace, Paris
Elysee Palace is the official residence of the President of France from 1848. It was built in the classic French style in the first half of the 18th century. This is one of the main symbols of the country.
The Kremlin, Russia
The Moscow Kremlin – this historic fortification in the city center, is the official residence of the President of Russia. Its area is 275,000 square meters. This complex, including five palaces and four of the cathedral.
Quirinale Palace, Italy
Located on the highest hill of the seventh Quirinale Palace in Rome is a modern residence of the President of Italy. Its area is 110,000 square meters. It is the sixth largest in the world the presidential palace. It was built in 1583, since then its walls he saw 30 popes, kings 4 and 11 presidents.
Rashtrapati Bhavan, India
Located in New Delhi Rashtrapati Bhavan is considered the official residence of the President of India.The head of state lives in the main palace of the 340 rooms, but komplekstakzhe includes a huge garden, facilities for protection and personnel.
Palácio da Alvorada, Brazil
Built in 1958, the Palacio da Alvorada is the official residence of the President of Brazil. This is one of the most modern palaces in the world at this level. The total building area 7300 square meters.
Government Palace, Peru
Government Palace, which is also called the Government Palace, the residence and at the same time is considered the country’s government and its president. Built it of Francisco Pizarro, the Spanish conquistador in the first half of the 16th century on the site of the huge Indian burial.
In Astana, capital of Kazakhstan, is the presidential palace, which is also called Acorda. The official presentation of the new residence of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan took place December 24, 2004. The total building area is 36,720 square meters, the height of the spire – 86 m.
Banga Bhaban, Bangladesh
Banga Bhaban, the example of the British-Mongolian architecture, is the official residence of the President of Bangladesh. Complex consisting of a main three-story buildings and a huge garden, built in the first half of the 20th century. It has an area of 6700 square meters.
Presidential Palace, Poland
The building was built back in 1643. Not surprisingly, it was rebuilt many times and has been used for different purposes. There was also a viceroy Kingdom of Poland and the Council of Ministers. Only in 1994, the palace became the official residence of the President.
Bellevue Palace, Germany
In the same 1994 Bellevue Palace, located on the banks of the River Spree, became the official residence of the President of Germany. The building itself was built as early as 1785 by architect Michael Philip Bowman as the summer residence of Prince August Ferdinand. This is a wonderful example of neoclassical architecture.