Presidential Palace with the highlighted yellow paint of Vietnam reached the top 13 most beautiful presidential palaces of the world voted by Architectural Digest.

1. Presidential Palace, Warsaw, Poland
The Palace is situated in Warsaw of Poland, and Chrystian Piotr Aigner, a Polish architect, designed it. The Presidential Palace was constructed in 1643 and was used by the government in 1818. A statue of a Marshal under French Empire features the front of the Palace.

Presidential Palace, Warsaw, Poland

Presidential Palace, Warsaw, Poland

2. Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam
Presidential Palace was completed in 1906, the building was the work of the French architect Henri Auguste Vildieu which includes 30 rooms, each room has a different decoration. This work of art was painted a bright yellow which makes make it become highlighted in the area of Ho Chi Minh complex.

Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam

Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam

3. Palácio da Alvorada 3, Brasilia, Brazil
Palácio da Alvorada was built in just over 1 year from 4/1957 to 6/1958 with the simple and modern style designed by Brazilian architect, Oscar. A special feature is that the palace exhibits many artworks. In the library, it has up to 3406 literary works from art, philosophy, politics and history along with precious ancient paintings of many artists. The presidential palace is located in Brasilia, Brazil.

Palacio da Alvorada 3, Brasilia, Brazil

Palacio da Alvorada 3, Brasilia, Brazil

4. Elysee Palace, Paris, France
Located in the heart of Paris, the Elysee Palace has been the residence of the French presidents since the second period of Republican government 1848. It was designed and built by renowned architect Armand-Claude Mollet within 4 years from 1718 to 1722 in classic style.

Elysee Palace, Paris, France

Elysee Palace, Paris, France

5. Presidential Palace of Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname
The Presidential Palace of Suriname is located in Paramaribo of Suriname, a South American country. It was constructed in 1730 following the Dutch colony style.

Presidential Palace of Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname

Presidential Palace of Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname

6. Belém Palace, Lisbon, Portugal
Belém Palace was completed in 1754. At first, the building was the residence of the Portuguese kings. However, in 1910, this building has officially become the presidential palace of the Republic of Portugal. Belém Palace is located on a small hill, near the Jeronimos monastery and Tagus waterfront. Belém Palace is built with typical Baroque architecture with arches and triangular columns. In particular, the entire space of the palace is in the shape of L letter.

Belem Palace, Lisbon, Portugal

Belem Palace, Lisbon, Portugal

7. The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
The Kremlin is a 68-hectare project, located in the middle of the heart of the capital. Built in the late 15th century, the Kremlin has seen many different periods of innovation, with many different authorities. Currently, this is a working residence of the Russian President.

The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia

The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia

8. Presidential Complex, Ankara, Turkey
Located in the capital, Ankara, Turkey’s presidential palace was designed in the style of Seljuk between 11th and 13th century. This beautiful complex has an area extending to 300,000 square meters.

Presidential Complex, Ankara, Turkey

Presidential Complex, Ankara, Turkey

9. The White House, Washington DC, USA
The White House was designed by an Ireland architect, James Hoban. This is the official workplace of the President of the United States, located in Washington, D.C. The White House was built in 1792 and completed in 1800 with 132 rooms and 35 bathrooms.

The White House, Washington DC, USA

The White House, Washington DC, USA

10. Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic
Prague Castle is the official residence of the Czech president. The building is a combination of Renaissance architecture and Gothic architecture, built in the 18th century. With an area of 70.5 thousand square meters, Prague Castle is the largest castle complex in the world.

Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic

Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic

11. Bellevue Palace, Berlin, Germany
A German architect Philipp Daniel Boumann Michael designed the Bellevue Palace in neoclassical style. This construction was completed in 1786, however, it was not until 1994, the palace became the official place of government.

Bellevue Palace, Berlin, Germany

Bellevue Palace, Berlin, Germany

12. Akorda Presidential Palace, Astana, Kazakhstan
Highlighted with the blue dome as well as a spire on the top in an outstanding 80-meter height, the Akorda Presidential Palace is the workplace of the president of Kazakhstan.

Akorda Presidential Palace, Astana, Kazakhstan

Akorda Presidential Palace, Astana, Kazakhstan

13. Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria
The Place was completed in 1279 and is a typical illustration of Baroque architecture. This building was designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and was the home of Roman kings and the Austria Emperor until 1918. Nowadays, the palace is the workplace of the president of Austria.

Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria