The embassy area is really full of embassies of various countries, and their embassy buildings are all architectural styles with their own national characteristics, so I think it’s not bad to walk around, it's a small United Nations.
A place where embassies of various countries gather. In fact, the scenery of this place is okay. There are relatively few people. Whether you are walking or doing errands, it feels better. I also saw the Chinese Embassy.
Canberra’s embassy area gathers embassies from all over the world. There are about 40 countries. Our Chinese embassy is also located here, which is very atmospheric. Almost every embassy here has the characteristics of its own national architecture, and it can also be said that it is a showcase of the architecture of all nations worth seeing.
The embassy area of Canberra, this area gathers the embassies of all countries that have diplomatic relations with Australia. Among them, the Chinese embassy is very large, and the building is also a traditional Chinese building. It is magnificent and solemn. It is very quiet and guarded by the army. Everyone can only travel by car.
Canberra is the capital of Australia, and there is an area of embassies with about 80 or so buildings, each of which is a consulate or an international institution of a different style, well worth a visit. [price/performance] Free external visit [view] are novel architectural features
The embassy area in Canberra is located at the southeast corner of Lake Jinningdera, a base for ambassadorial relations between countries around the world in Australia. I saw the Chinese Embassy, a typical Chinese building, and other embassies also have various architectural characteristics of various countries, especially the Thai Embassy, you can see at a glance is Thailand. It is like a museum of architecture in the world, very interesting.
Canberra’s embassy district is not too far from the Parliament House, where embassies of more than 40 countries gather. A Chinese-style building is very conspicuous, that is, the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Australia, absolutely magnificent.