Brazil's ambassador to the United States

Brazil's ambassador to the United States The Embassy of Brazil in Washington, D.C. It was founded January 1, 1824 when José Silvestre Rebello presented his credentials to President James Monroe.

is the diplomatic mission of Brazil to the United States.The Chancery of the Embassy is located at 3006 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington D.C., in the Embassy Row neighborhood.The United States was the first country to recognize Brazil's independence and the nation's first legation was thus established in Washington. In 1905, the legation was raised to a full embassy.The embassy had several homes

in the district until, in 1934, it purchased McCormick House, a large manor on Massachusetts Avenue, just down the street from the new British Embassy. The Brazilians were the second nation to have an embassy on what is today Embassy Row. The manor today remains the ambassadorial residence. In 1971, a new chancery was constructed next door. The very modern structure was designed by Brazilian architect Olavo Redig de Campos. An extensive renovation of the Chancery of the Embassy ended in 2011.

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