Photo Montage: Passport DC Embassy Tour featuring Embassy of Bolivia

Washington, DC is definitely a diverse city featuring people from all over the world. Passport DC, a month-long festival each May, pays tribute to the many thriving international cultures.. The first two Saturdays in May are devoted to embassy open houses. The first Saturday is Around the World Embassy Tour featuring participation from embassies outside of Europe. The following Saturday features embassies which are members of the European Union.

FestivalDC spent the day at the Embassy of Bolivia on Massachusetts Avenue, NW. 

Bolivian culture was highlighted at the embassy by many different traditional folkloric dances featuring different folkloric dance groups made up of many Bolivians living in Northern Virginia and the surrounding area. They danced in front of the embassy to the delight of many onlookers. In the rear of the embassy there was live entertainment featuring one of Bolivia most popular groups Los Jathas. Also available were samples of Bolivian traditional food, novelties and a tour inside the embassy itself.

For an online guide to Passport DC, please load the following link: https://washington.org/visit-dc/reasons-to-tour-an-embassy-in-dc-during-passport-dc

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