A closer look at glittering Embassy events and the diplomats who make them happen.
THE PHILIPPINE EMBASSY CELEBRATES THE PHILIPPINES’ SPECIAL FRIENDSHIP WITH SPAIN EVEN AS IT COMMEMORATES ITS INDEPENDENCE FROM IT »
The Philippine Independence Day marks the anniversary of the Philippine Revolution and subsequent termination of the Spanish colonial rule in the archipelago. One might say that the end of the colonial era also planted the seed of a lasting friendship between former colony and colonial master.
"Ambassador Federico Ramón Puerta spoke of Argentina, of her relationship with Spain, of her past and of her present. . .But the highlight of the evening was honoring Fernando Otero, a Spanish fisherman from Galicia who worked for the Argentina during the 1982 Falklands War"
Embassy of the United States of America Madrid, Spain
Message for U.S. Citizens January 28th, 2016 VOTING IN 2016 U.S. ELECTIONS
“Excitement is building around the Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, the largest and most prestigious women’s soccer tournament in the world
For five decades ART in Embassies has played a leading role in U.S. public diplomacy, producing a vital cross-cultural dialogue through the visual arts and dynamic artist exchange.
On Youth Day, commemorating the heroic Soweto Uprisings, the South African Embassy in Madrid celebrated their country’s 20 years of lovely freedom
Exquisite alta costura among magnficent Goya tapestry at the Spanish Embassy in Paris
Bangladesh has every reason to proudly celebrate its heroic Independence Day. In Madrid, the Bangladheshi embassy threw a party at the elegant InterContinental Hotel.