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Turkish Ambassador’s Residence information
What does one do after making millions and millions of dollars off patenting the grooved bottle cap? If you’re Edward Everett, you move into digs that will one day become the Turkish embassy, and later its ambassador’s residence. The building, which has some Ottoman influences, was designed by George Oakley Totten, who was the official architect of the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II.