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This category lists only sites pertaining to those permanent missions operated by countries at the UN Office at Geneva, Switzerland. Sites for permanent missions to the UN Headquarters in New York City, United States of America, should be submitted to Society/Government/Multilateral/United_Nations/Missions/New_York Sites for embassies or consulates of a particular country or in a particular country should be submitted to the country of origin and also to the country of location. For example, the United States embassy in London should be submitted to Regional/North_America/United_States/Government/Embassies_and_Consulates/Abroad and also to Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/Government/Embassies_and_Consulates/Foreign.
A number of UN member states maintain permanent offices of representation, known as missions, at the UN Office at Geneva in Geneva, Switzerland. The UN Office at Geneva is housed in the Palais des Nations, formerly the property of the League of Nations and handed over to the UN on the dissolution of the League in 1946. The office, established in 1966, functions as the largest duty station outside of the UN Headquarters in New York City.
This category lists only sites pertaining to those permanent missions operated by countries at the UN Headquarters in New York City, United States of America. Sites for permanent missions to the UN in Geneva, Switzerland should be submitted to Society/Government/Multilateral/United_Nations/Missions/Geneva/ Sites for embassies or consulates of a particular country or in a particular country should be submitted to the country of origin and also to the country of location. For example, the United States embassy in London should be submitted to Regional/North_America/United_States/Government/Embassies_and_Consulates/Abroad and also to Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/Government/Embassies_and_Consulates/Foreign.
Most member states of the United Nations maintain permanent offices of representation, known as missions, at the UN Headquarters in New York City, United States of America. The UN Headquarters in New York City were constructed on Manhattan Island between 1949-1950 and stand on the banks of the city's East River. The 18 acre site, home to the tall Secretariat Building and the low-slung curved General Assembly edifice, is classed as international territory.
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