Mexican Consulate-General and Cultural Institute in Washington, DC
The Embassy of Mexico in Washington, D.C. is the United Mexican States' diplomatic mission to the United States. It is located at 1911 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood.
The embassy also operates Consulates-General in 50 cities.
The current ambassador of Mexico to the United States is Eduardo Medina-Mora Icaza.
Recent ambassadors to the United States
1911 Pennsylvania Avenue NW was constructed in 1986 as a $4.5 million, nine-story office building. The building incorporates the facades of the last two remaining "Seven Buildings"—some of the oldest residential structures in Washington, D.C. The architecture of the building was praised by Washington Post architecture critic Benjamin Forgey.
- ^ http://www.embassy.org/embassies/mx.html
- ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/mx.html
- ^ http://embamex.sre.gob.mx/eua/index.php/es/embajador
- ^ McGuire, Kim. "The Oldest on the Avenue." Washington Post. March 13, 1986.
- ^ Webb, William Bensing and Wooldridge, John. Centennial History of the City of Washington, D.C. Dayton, Ohio: H.W. Crew, 1892, p. 182.
- ^ Forgey, Benjamin. "Crossing the Time Zone: At 1911 Pennsylvania NW, The Lines of Old and New." Washington Post. February 18, 1989.