The Armenian embassy can be found close to the Rideau Canal. These first three shots were from May, when I was in the area taking pictures of tulips.
The sculpture out front bears this plaque beside it.
The sculpture itself has real character.
On my way in for Doors Open, this flowerbed on the terrace caught my eye.
The interior of the house was beautiful, warm, and inviting. It was first built in 1907, and renovations were later overseen by the architect W.E. Noffke.
Stepping back outside, this view of the Rideau Canal can be seen beyond the sculpture.
A reminder to City Daily Photo bloggers: the theme for the first of July is Celebrating Summer.