Obama's Future House Located in Historic Neighborhoodi
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    June 30, 2016 7:27 PM
    When President Barack Obama leaves office next January, he will move into a house in a historic neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The Kalorama neighborhood has the highest concentration of embassies and residences of ambassadors and other officials in the city. Traffic will be blocked in the area as soon as Obama moves in, but for now it is still easy to pass by his future house to catch a glimpse. VOA's Tetiana Kharchenko has more.

    Obama's Future House Located in Historic Neighborhood

    Published June 30, 2016

    When President Barack Obama leaves office next January, he will move into a house in a historic neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The Kalorama neighborhood has the highest concentration of embassies and residences of ambassadors and other officials in the city. Traffic will be blocked in the area as soon as Obama moves in, but for now it is still easy to pass by his future house to catch a glimpse. VOA's Tetiana Kharchenko has more.


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