The Secretary of State’s Register of Culturally Significant Property was founded in 2000 as a White House Millennium Project. It is similar to the National Register of Historic Places that is maintained by the Secretary of the Interior for domestic U.S. properties. It is an honorific listing of important diplomatic overseas architecture and property that figure prominently in our country’s international heritage. These include chanceries, official residences, office buildings, a museum, a cemetery and guest homes. There are currently thirty-two properties on the Register.
Download the full Secretary’s Register PDF here.
Click on the links below for the 2016 additions to the Register:
Roosevelt House — Curacao, Dutch Caribbean
Palazzo Corpi — Istanbul, Turkey
Budapest Chancery — Budapest, Hungary
Ambassador’s Residence — Helsinki, Finland
Roosevelt House — New Delhi, India
Consular Academy — Vienna, Austria