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 their head of state a "palace", or use the building only as a workplace separate from the president's actual home. Some presidential palaces were once the official residences to monarchs in former monarchies that were preserved during those states' transition into republics.

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Africa[edit]

Palais de la Nation, Kinshasa.
The Flagstaff House, Accra.
State House, Nairobi.
Presidential Palace, Khartoum.
Carthage Palace, Tunis.

Americas[edit]

Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires.
Palácio do Planalto, Brasília.
White House, Washington.

Asia[edit]

Zhongnanhai, Beijing.
Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi.
Sa'adabad Palace, Tehran.
Merdeka Palace, Jakarta.
Blue House, Seoul.

Europe[edit]

Élysée Palace, Paris.
Bellevue Palace, Berlin.
Quirinal Palace, Rome.
Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow.

Oceania[edit]

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