The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The FCO, or the Foreign Office for short, is the government department responsible for promoting British interests overseas and supporting our citizens and businesses around the globe.
United States
95 episodes
since Oct, 2011


At the heart of the former India Office building within the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in King Charles Street, London, the Durbar Court was designed as a grand reception space. The creation of the architect, Matthew Digby Wyatt, it was constructed in 1866 and was first used to host the Sultan of Turkey the following year. Here, Foreign Office guide Simon Shelly describes the history and architectural features of the Durbar Court.
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