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Presidential palace

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A Presidential Palace is the official residence of the president in some countries. However, some countries do not call the official residence of a head of state a presidential palace or the president lives elsewhere and has only his office in the palace. Some of the presidential palaces were once the official residences to monarchs in countries that were monarchies that have now become republics.
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1.1 Africa 1.2 Americas 1.3 Asia 1.4 Europe 1.5 Oceania

2 See also 3 References 4 External links

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Africa[edit]

Golden Jubilee House.

State House, Nairobi.

Carthage Palace.

El Mouradia, Algiers, Algeria Presidential Palace, Gaborone, Botswana[1] Palcio Presidencial, Praia, Cape Verde The Unity Palace, Yaound, Cameroon Camp Tshatshi Palace, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo Heliopolis Palace, Cairo, Egypt Malabo Government Building, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea Asmara President's Office, Asmara, Eritrea National Palace, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia State House of the Gambia, Banjul, Gambia Golden Jubilee House, Accra, Ghana Presidential Palace, Conakry, Guinea State House, Nairobi, Kenya Presidential Palace, Monrovia, Liberia[2] Bab al-Azizia, Tripoli, Libya (demolished after 2011 revolution) Iavoloha Palace and Ambohitsorohitra Palace (ceremonial), Antananarivo,Madagascar Kamuzu Palace, Lilongwe, Malawi Presidential Palace, Bamako, Mali[3] Presidential Palace, Nouakchott, Mauritania State House (Mauritius), Reduit, Mauritius Palcio da Ponta Vermelha, Maputo, Mozambique State House of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia Nigerian Presidential Complex, Abuja, Nigeria Urugwiro, Kigali, Rwanda State House, Victoria, Seychelles State House, Freetown, Sierra Leone Villa Somalia, Mogadishu, Somalia Mahlamba Ndlopfu, Pretoria, South Africa Presidential Palace, Juba, South Sudan[4] Presidential Palace, Khartoum, Sudan State House, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Palace of the Governors, Lom, Togo Carthage Palace, Tunis, Tunisia State House, Kampala, and State House, Entebbe, Uganda[5] State House, Lusaka, Zambia[6] Presidential Palace, Harare, Zimbabwe Americas[edit]

Casa Rosada.

Palcio do Planalto.

White House.

Casa Rosada, as well as Quinta de Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentina Palacio Quemado, La Paz, Bolivia Palcio da Alvorada, the official residence, Palcio do Planalto, the official workplace, Braslia, Brazil La Moneda Palace, Santiago, Chile Casa de Nario, Bogot, Colombia Casa Presidencial, San Jos, Costa Rica[7] Presidenial Palace (former), Havana, Cuba National Palace, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Carondelet Palace, Quito, Ecuador National Palace, Guatemala City, Guatemala State House, Georgetown, Guyana National Palace in Port-au-Prince, Haiti Presidential Palace, Tegucigalpa, Honduras[8] Los Pinos, Mexico City, Mexico Presidential Palace, Managua, Nicaragua[9] Palacio de las Garzas, Panama City, Panama Palacio de los Lpez, Asuncin, Paraguay Government Palace, Lima, Peru Casa Presidencial, San Salvador, El Salvador Gouvernementsgebouw, Paramaribo, Suriname

President's House, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago White House, Washington, DC, USA Executive Tower, Estvez Palace (former), Montevideo, Uruguay Miraflores Palace, Caracas, Venezuela Asia[edit]

Zhongnanhai.

Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Sa'adabad Palace.

Merdeka Palace.

Blue House.

Arg, Kabul, Afghanistan Presidential Palace, Yerevan, Armenia Presidential Palace, Baku, Azerbaijan Bangabhaban, Dhaka, Bangladesh Zhongnanhai, Beijing, People's Republic of China Presidential Residence, Dili, East Timor Presidential Palace, Tbilisi, Georgia Rashtrapati Bhavan, Delhi, India Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, Indonesia Sa'dabad Palace, Tehran, Iran Radwaniyah Palace, Baghdad, Iraq Beit HaNassi, Jerusalem, Israel Ak Orda Presidential Palace, Astana, Kazakhstan Blue House, Seoul, Republic of Korea Ryongsong Residence, Pyongyang; formerly Kumsusan Memorial Palace,Pyongyang, Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea White House, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Presidential Palace, Vientiane, Laos Baabda Palace, Beirut, Lebanon Muliaage, Mal, Maldives (formerly) Government Palace, Ulan Bator, Mongolia

Sheetal Niwas, Kathmandu, Nepal Aiwan-e-Sadr, Islamabad, Pakistan Malacaan Palace, Manila, Philippines Istana, Singapore President's House, Colombo, Colombo, Sri Lanka Presidential Palace and Tishreen Palace, Damascus, Syria Presidential Office Building, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, (Presidential Palace (Nanjing) before 1949) Presidential Palace, Dushanbe, Tajikistan[10] ankaya Villa, Ankara, Turkey Trkmenbay Palace, Asgabat, Turkmenistan Ok Saroy Presidential Palace, Tashkent, Uzbekistan[11] Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam Presidential Palace, Sanaa, Yemen Europe[edit]

lyse Palace.

Bellevue Palace.

Quirinal Palace.

Grand Kremlin Palace.

Presidential Palace of Tirana, Albania Hofburg Palace, Austria Presidential Palace, Minsk, Belarus[12] Presidency Building, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidential Palace, Sofia, Bulgaria[13] Presidential Palace, Zagreb, Croatia Presidential Palace, Nicosia, Cyprus Prague Castle, Czech Republic Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn, Estonia Presidential Palace, Helsinki, Finland lyse Palace, Paris, France Bellevue Palace, Berlin, Germany Presidential Mansion, Athens, Greece Sndor Palace, Buda, Hungary Bessastair in lftanes, Iceland ras an Uachtarin, Dublin, Ireland Quirinal Palace, Rome, Italy Riga Castle, Latvia Presidential Palace, Vilnius, Lithuania Villa Vodno, Skopje, Macedonia San Anton Palace, Valletta, Malta Presidential Palace, Chiinau, Moldova[14]

Blue Palace, Cetinje, Montenegro Presidential Palace, Warsaw, Poland Belm Palace, Lisbon, Portugal Cotroceni Palace, Bucharest, Romania Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia Novi Dvor, Belgrade, Serbia[15] Grassalkovich Palace, Bratislava, Slovakia Presidential Palace, Ljubljana, Slovenia Mariyinsky Palace, Kiev, Ukraine Oceania[edit]
Presidential Palace, Suva, Fiji[16]

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