Embassy of Cameroon, Washington, D.C.

Embassy of Cameroon, Washington, D.C. The Residence of the Embassy of Cameroon in Washington, D.C., also known as the Christian Hauge House, is the official residence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Cameroon to the United States.

In 2009, the Embassy vacated the building temporarily to allow for a major renovation of the property, and relocated for the meantime to 1700 Wisconsin Ave, N.W., then to its current location at 3400 International Drive N.W.The current ambassador of Cameroon to the United States is Joseph Bienvenu Charles Foe-Atangana.BuildingConstruction of the Christian Hauge House began in 1906 and was designed

In 2009, the Embassy vacated the building temporarily to allow for a major renovation of the property, and relocated for the meantime to 1700 Wisconsin Ave, N.W., then to its current location at 3400 International Drive N.W.The current ambassador of Cameroon to the United States is Joseph Bienvenu Charles Foe-Atangana.BuildingConstruction of the Christian Hauge House began in 1906 and was designed

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