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Salem, OR

Oregon’s state capitol was fun to go through. They allow you to climb to the top of the building and get an up close look at the sculpture on top which turns out to be a lumberjack of sorts although

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Frankfort, KY

Kentucky had a pretty nice capitol. When I got there it was Earth day and so there was a bunch of festivities outside in relation to Earth day. The capitol itself was fun to walk around in. Their rotunda was

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Charleston, WV

West Virginia had a gorgeous state capitol building. The liberty bell replica for West Virginia was boldly placed outside in a nice presentation making it seem seamless with the building. The painting/decoration on the dome was one of the more

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Annapolis, MD

Annapolis was such a cute little town! I totally wish I had more time to roam around and see more of it. I mainly came here to check out the capitol. From the outside the capitol looked nice and inside

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Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is the capitol of the entire nation. Figuring I’m visiting every state capitol it made sense to visit the country’s capitol as well. Luckily one of my fraternity brothers (Josh Powell) lives here so I got to crash

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Des Moines, IA

Des Moines was the first city I froze my butt off in. It was 5 degrees Fahrenheit with a wind chill down to -17 degrees. Needless to say my butt was not used to subzero (Fahrenheit) temperatures and I was

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