Official residence

The official residence means a building or group of buildings in which resides the head of state of a country or its sub- states. It is usually from the actual seat of government separately and is used primarily representative or protocol-related purposes. The official residence as such limited to countries in which the head of state is a single and elected person, so for monarchies ruled out (ie, Elizabeth II, for example, has no official residence, but a residence ). Furthermore, in Germany, the seats of various authorities conductors are referred to as the official residence.

Examples of Office seats:

  • Bellevue Palace, the official residence of the President of Germany
  • Elysee Palace, official residence of the French President
  • The White House, Office of the President of the United States
  • Moscow Kremlin, the official residence of the Russian President
  • Chevening House, the official residence of the British Foreign Secretary and Deputy Prime Minister
  • Çankaya Palace, official residence of the Turkish President, formerly Armenian wine-growing home
  • Government Buildings
  • Political Geography