The anti-vehicle barrier is a bit of an eyesore.
I wonder why the symmetry of the upper floors is offset from the centre line of the lower floors – might the sturdy doors be a later addition, perhaps even a modern reinforcement of security?
The embassy was originally the palace of Count Thun, a friend and patron of Mozart, who stayed here in 1787.
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