Jobs Heads of State
The table symbolizes the presence of the head and the executive power in the country. It is at these tables and history in the making, the importance of calls are made public and signed bills. It is surprising that while presidents often sit for most common office desk, though accustomed to such high levels seen yet gilded furniture. Ahead you will find a selection of the 12 interior jobs Heads of State from all corners of the Earth.
Table 1. Resolute (Resolute) in the Oval Office of the White House in the United States is made from wood left over from the old British ship
The Queen Victoria gave this table US President Rutherford Hayes (Rutherford Hayes) as early as 1880. According to information from the Museum of the White House, presented the queen table was made of wood with a decommissioned British ship HMS Resolute, designed for Arctic research. American sailors have found that the barque shackled in ice and returned to England, and the table of its timber was presented as a sign of goodwill and gratitude for the return of the abandoned vessel.
2. Argentina's President decorated with gold table
Photo: REUTERS / Handout
Argentine president Mauricio Macri (Mauricio Macri), together with the daughter of Anton and his wife Awad at the presidential palace Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires (Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires).
Desk Argentine leader is the official residence of the President - in the Casa Rosada (Pink House, translation). As seen in the photo above, the chair back is also decorated with gold ornaments, and it is lined with blue velvet. Seating Area President seems not particularly congested because of all the accessories and working tools here can be seen except the phone.
3. Desktop Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau Justin (Justin Trudeau) own family history
Photo: REUTERS / Chris Wattie
This photo was taken during an interview for the Reuters news agency in the Prime Minister's office in one of the buildings of the Government Hill (Parliament Hill) Ottawa, Ontario (Ottawa, Ontario), May 19, 2016.
In desktop Justin Trudeau has a rather touching story - Prime uses a table that once sat his father, Pierre Trudeau (Pierre Trudeau), where he also served as prime minister of Canada from 1968 to 1979 and from 1980 to 1984 year.
In other years, the table stood in this office is not always, but only occasionally, but it returned again at the request of Dzhastiina Trudeau, when he took office, replacing the previous Prime Minister Stephen Harper (Stephen Harper). Harper's desk was a little more, and it's just moved to the vault.
Trudeau table was carved out of wood around 1880, before it was used former Prime Ministers Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Lester B. Pearson, Jean Chrétien, Paul Martin (Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Lester B. Pearson, Jean Chr? Tien, Paul Martin ) and both Trudeau, of course.
4. The Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta (Uhuru Kenyatta) works at table L-shaped
This table is in the office of the official residence of President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi. Desk presidential L-shaped, although it is visible in the photo are not fully - part of the table out on the left hand of the President. It is said that Kenyatta table is made of mahogany, and that the working place of the president seriously staffed. At some point in this table lay as many as 5 headsets for telephone calls, satellite phone, all kinds of organizers for office supplies and more.
5. Desk supreme Chinese leader Xi Jinping (Xi Jinping) see very rarely
Photo: YouTube / CGTN America
Hu during his New Year's address to the nation after the onset of 2019.
Xi Jinping's office is not seen often, but a good look at it is still possible to once a year, during a speech on the policy of the New Year, which is then spread in YouTube.
Workplace General Secretary of the Communist Party of China is quite simple - it is a red phone and a few family photos. You will not see there the computer, which, however, is fairly typical for the presidential table.
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6. Desk President of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari (Muhammadu Buhari) is smooth and round
Photo: Nigeria State House / AP
Since 1992, the Villa in Abuja Aso (Aso Villa, Abuja) is the official residence of the President of Nigeria. It was built in 1991. Mohammad Bukhari office is located in the same villa, and it works for white round table cream colored with green trim, sitting in a comfortable chair light green color. On the left hand of the president is a white table lamp.
7. Angela Merkel often photographed next to a large black table, though it did not work for him
Photo: AP Photo / Marcus Brandt, Pool
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is often in the frame sitting at a black table in his Berlin office on the background of the portrait of the first German chancellor Konrad Adenauer Foundation (Konrad Adenauer).
Desk Merkel impressive size, and before him sat the last German Chancellor - Gerhard Schroeder (Gerhard Schr der?). In 2014, Angela Merkel admitted that the work for such a large table it seems "strange" and therefore more likely she is engaged in public affairs at the table less in the same office. As you can see, on the official table enough space for everything, including even the globe, a lamp, a flower in a pot and a computer.
8. The President of the Italian Desk decorated with gold
Photo: Italian Presidential Press Office / Handout / REUTERS
In the photo above the chairman of the Council of Ministers by Giuseppe Conte and Italian President Sergio Mattarella (Giuseppe Conte, Sergio Mattarella) sign government documents at the Quirinal Palace (Quirinal) in Rome May 31, 2018.
Quirinale Palace - is just one of several official residences of the President of Italy. However, here there is room and desktop Sergio Mattarella. As you can see, the table is made of wood with gold trim and the upper part of Burgundy color. Behind the chair is worth also with gold trim.
9. The Finnish President sits with his back to a huge painting
Photo: Matti Porre / Office of the President of the Republic of Finland
Finnish President Sauli Niinistö (Sauli Niinist?) During his New Year's speech in 2019. In Finland, there are as many as 3 official residence of the President of the country. Presidential Palace with the photo above is located in Helsinki. Workplace of the current head of the country's many first saw during the last New Year's speech, Sauli Niinistö.
As in the case of many other presidents, board Finnish policy is not particularly overworked office supplies and other things. It simply is a vase with flowers and a small flag. Behind you will notice a huge picture with boats.
10. The Austrian president is working in a room with very bright red wallpaper
Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen (Alexander Van der Bellen) leads to the oath Health Minister Pamela Randy Wagner (Pamela Rendi-Wagner), in March 2017.
For more than 600 years, the Vienna Hofburg (Hofburg) was home to the royal family. In the early 20th century the monarchy in Austria came to an end, but its impact on the decoration of the palace is still palpable.
You can find the president's office in the palace wing, Leopold the First. The office takes a lot of rooms, but the country's current leader Alexander Van der Bell often photographed in this bright red hall. And the desktop, and all this room is decorated with gold ornaments. On the walls hang portraits of Austrian monarchs and heads of state of the past.
11. The Cabinet of the President of France at the Elysee Palace is decorated with the desktop of the 19th century
Photo: Philippe Wojazer / Pool Photo / AP
French President Emmanuel Macron (Emmanuel Macron) signs documents about the promulgation of the new Labor Code in his office at the Elysee Palace in Paris in 2017. To the left of him is sitting, Minister of Labor Muriel Peniko, and on the right - the Secretary of State for Relations with Parliament Christoph Kastaner (Muriel Penicaud, Christophe Castaner). Elysee Palace is the residence of the French heads of state here since 1873. Although the current president of Macron and does not use this cabinet every day, but it was here in 2018, he recorded his video message to the citizens of the country in response to protests against social inequality. Gold-plated table in the office - the most valuable item in the whole palace.
12. The Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen (Tsai Ing-wen) prefers maximum simplicity and minimalism
Photo: Taipei Photojournalists Association / Pool Photo / AP
This photo was taken at the time of the oath of the newly elected President of Taiwan, Ms. Tsai Ing-wen, at the Presidential Palace in Taipei May 20, 2016. The table is made of wood a dark color, and on either side there are flags of the Republic of China.