KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBCThis furniture was used by the last Eritrean ambassador to Ethiopia two decades ago
Dust-covered furniture, cars and even beer bottles have been revealed as Eritrea officially opens its embassy's doors in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, for the first time since 1998, when the two countries went to war.
It is part of the ongoing rapprochement between the two countries, who have only recently agreed to restore diplomatic ties, even though the conflict ended in 2000.
These photos were taken inside the embassy by the BBC.KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBCThese cars have been kept in storage at the embassy compound in Addis Ababa.
KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBCThese untouched bottles of beer, wine and olive oil have gathered dust in a crate
KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBCPresident Isaias Afwerki - who was joined at the embassy by his host Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed - raised Eritrea's flag there for the first time in 20 years...
KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBC... members of the press joined President Isaias (L) and Prime Minister Abiy (R) as they looked inside the diplomatic quarters.
KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBCStaff and building renovators say they do not know who is shown in these photographs - but believe they are family members of former embassy workers.
KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBCEthiopia's Prime Minister Abiy (C) handed the key to the embassy to Eritrea's President Isaias (R) as part of the official ceremony.
KALKIDAN YIBELTAL/BBCFanfare marked the visit of the two leaders to Eritrea's embassy in Addis Ababa - its doors are to re-open as part of Ethiopia's ongoing drive to re-establish relations with its neighbour.
Frozen in time: Inside Eritrea's embassy