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There's growing concern that the Conservatives are unloading diplomatic assets at fire sale prices.

From Sweden to Barbados, here are 10 official residences on the open market right now, and how much Ottawa is asking for them.

Former residence of Canadian Ambassador to Sweden

Location: 35 Lokevägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Asking price: $3.3-million

Description: Five bedrooms, four bathrooms, swimming pool

Former residence for Consul-General of Canada in Denver

Location: 445 Dexter St., Denver, Colorado

Asking price: $1.7-million

Description: Four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms

Former residence for Consul-General of Canada in Dallas

Location: 3413 Drexel Dr., Highland Park, Texas

Asking price: $2.55-million

Description: Six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, swimming pool

Former residence for Canadian Ambassador to Belgium

Location: Woluwé-Saint-Pierre, Belgium

Asking price: $7.5-million

Description: 16 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, swimming pool

Former residence for Consul-General of Canada in Atlanta

Affiliation: 247 Robin Hood Rd., Atlanta, Georgia

Asking price: $2.6-million

Description: Five bedrooms, eight bathrooms

Former residence of Canadian Ambassador to Italy

Location: 11 Via di Porta Latina, Rome, Italy

Asking price: Public tender process

Description: 10,700 square-foot main villa and caretaker’s cottage

Former residence for High Commissioner of Canada to Barbados

Location: Phillips Drive, St. Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados

Asking price: $1-million

Description: Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, guest cottage

Former residence for Canadian Ambassador to Denmark

Location: 7 Granhøjen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Asking price: $3.15-million

Description: Five bedrooms, four bathrooms

Former residence for Canadian Ambassador to Finland

Location: 22 Rantapolku, Helsinki, Finland

Asking price: $4.4-million

Description: Four bedrooms, six bathrooms, sauna, indoor swimming pool

Former residence of High Commissioner of Canada to Trinidad and Tobago

Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

Asking price: $4.28-million

Description: Five bedrooms, four bathrooms, swimming pool

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