C-SPAN Cities Tour - Olympia: Washington State Capitol
Tour the Washington State Capitol Building with guide David Shipley. Learn about the history of Olympia as the state's only capital city and Washington's transition from a territorial government to becoming a state.
C-SPAN Cities Tour - Des Moines: Iowa State Capitol
Visit the Iowa State Capitol, the only five domed capitol building in the country. Constructed between 1871-1886, this building with its 275-foot, 23-karat gold leafed dome towering above the city is a favorite of sightseers. The Capitol houses the governor's offices, legislature, and the old Supreme Court Chambers. The ornate interior also features a grand staircase, mural Westward, and the five-story law library. Tour this historic building with Joan Arnett, Tour Guide Supervisor at the Iowa State Capitol.
The Building of the Iowa Capitol Building
French born architect Alfred H. Piquenard, brings his love for dome structures to the rolling hills of Iowa as he leads craftsman and laborers to build the Iowa capitol building in Des Moines, Iowa.
This segment is from Iowa Public Television’s This Old Statehouse documentary.
Iowa Capitol Dome Loop
Washington State Capitol Building - Olympia - December 2017
The Washington State Capitol or Legislative Building in Olympia is the home of the government of the state of Washington. It contains chambers for the Washington State Legislature and offices for the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state and treasurer and is part of a campus consisting of several buildings. Buildings for the Washington Supreme Court, executive agencies and the Washington Governor's Mansion are part of the capitol campus.
The Iowa Capitol Building Was Built to Last
Restoring the Iowa Capitol building became the opportunity of a lifetime for many Iowa craftsman. The restoration process allowed them to to pit their skills against those that came before. This segment is from Iowa Public Television’s This Old Statehouse documentary.
40 Tallest Building in each U.S. State Height Comparison - 3D
including State map and flag
40 Tallest Building in each U S State Comparison 3D
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
Delaware Wilmington River Tower
Mississippi Biloxi Beau Rivage Casino Hotel
South Carolina Columbia Capitol Center
New Mexico Albuquerque Albuquerque Plaza
Kansas Wichita Epic Center
Utah Salt Lake City Wells Fargo Center
Rhode Island Providence Industrial National Bank Building
Hawaii Honolulu First Hawaiian Center
Arizona Phoenix Chase Tower
Virginia Virginia Beach The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center
Maryland Baltimore Transamerica Tower
Connecticut Hartford City Place
Arkansas Little Rock Simmons Tower
Oregon Portland Wells Fargo Center
Kentucky Kentucky 400 West Market
Wisconsin Milwaukee U.S. Bank Center
Tennessee Nashville AT&T Building
Missouri Kansas City One Kansas City Place
Iowa Des Moines 801 Grand
Nebraska Omaha First National Bank Tower
Nevada Paradise The Palazzo
Louisiana New Orleans One Shell Square
Colorado Denver Republic Plaza
Alabama Mobile RSA Battle House Tower
Michigan Detroit Detroit Marriott
Massachusetts Boston John Hancock Tower
Minnesota Minneapolis IDS Center
Indiana Indianapolis Salesforce Tower
Oklahoma Oklahoma City Devon Tower
Florida Miami Panorama Tower
North Carolina Charlotte Bank of America Corporate Center
New Jersey Jersey City 99 Hudson Street
Washington Seattle Columbia Center
Ohio Cleveland Key Tower
Texas Houston JPMorgan Chase Tower
Georgia Atlanta Bank of America Plaza
California Los Angeles Wilshire Grand Center
Pennsylvania Philadelphia Comcast Technology Center
Illinois Chicago Willis Tower
New York New York City One World Trade Center
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Washington Capitol Building Rotunda.
Inside the Washington, DC Capitol Building.
November 8th, 2008.
Iowa State Capitol Building: The Making of the Golden Dome
The Iowa capitol building’s dome is more than just gold. A dome gets its stability from the arches it's composed of. Steel beams fan out from the peak to form a three dimensional arch system. Lean more about the dome in this special segment from Iowa Public Television’s This Old Statehouse project.
Lockdown lifted at Washington state capitol campus.
Buildings at the Washington State Capitol Campus were briefly placed on lockdown on Wednesday after police received a report of shots fired in the area, authorities said.
Officers who searched the campus in Olympia did not find any signs of gunshots nor anything else suspicious, Washington State Patrol spokesman Kyle Moore told reporters.
The state patrol had earlier said that police activity was taking place inside the campus' Natural Resource and Office Building 2. Staff had been urged to stay indoors and members of the public had been told to avoid the area.
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Wyoming State Capitol Building
Multiple outside views of the Wyoming State Capitol building located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. In addition to the building itself there are views of several statues including Esther Hobart Morris ( the first female Justice of the Peace in the United States), Chief Washakie, The Spirit of Wyoming (bucking horse and rider) and a Buffalo which is the State Mammal.
Iowa Capital Building
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HONOLULU, HAWAII: EXPLORING the spectacular STATE CAPITOL building (USA) ????️
SUBSCRIBE: - Let's go for a full tour of this spectacular building, the State Capitol of the State of Hawaii located in the center of Honolulu and let's examine its architecture and the symbolic significance of its features.
Honolulu, on the island of Oahu’s south shore, is capital of Hawaii and gateway to the U.S. island chain. The Waikiki neighborhood is its center for dining, nightlife and shopping, famed for its iconic crescent beach backed by palms and high-rise hotels, with volcanic Diamond Head crater looming in the distance. Sites relating to the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor include the USS Arizona Memorial.
The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America, with Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii extending the nation’s presence into the Pacific Ocean. Major Atlantic Coast cities are New York, a global finance and culture center, and capital Washington, DC. Midwestern metropolis Chicago is known for influential architecture and on the west coast, Los Angeles' Hollywood is famed for filmmaking.
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Des Moines - Capital de Iowa
Imagens da Cidade de Des Moines - Iowa USA
*City of Des Moines - Iowa USA
Des Moines é a capital e a maior cidade do estado norte-americano de Iowa. É também a sede do governo do Condado de Polk. Uma pequena porção da cidade se estende no Condado de Warren.
Foi fundada em maio de 1843 e incorporada em 22 de setembro de 1851, como o Forte Des Moines, que depois foi abreviada para Des Moines.
Des Moines é um importante centro para a indústria de seguros e também tem uma considerável edição colectável de serviços financeiros e empresariais. Na verdade, Des Moines foi creditado como principal local para as companhias de seguros dos Estados Unidos. A cidade é a sede principal da Financial Group, a Elisabete Corporation, transporte, e Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield. Outras grandes empresas como Wells Fargo, ING Group, Marsh, e Pioneer Hi-Bred, têm grandes operações em ou perto da cidade. Forbes Magazine ranqueou Des Moines como o quarto melhor local para as empresas em 2007. Kiplinger's Personal Finance, em 2008, classificou Des Moines como a nona melhor cidade para fazer negócios.
Capitol Building And Capitol Hill – Capitol Building History – Washington – Audio Guide – MyWoWo Tr
Hello, my name’s Rick, and I’m your personal guide. Along with MyWoWo, I’d like to welcome you to one of the wonders of the world: the United States Capitol, home of the United States Congress and one of the most instantly recognizable buildings in the world.
It was built at one end of the National Mall, on a hill, as in the plan of the city of Washington by Pierre l’Enfant, but the original design was the work of an amateur architect, William Thornton. Although Thornton did not take part in the tender, he earned the esteem of George Washington, who was President at the time, and above all of Thomas Jefferson, the then Secretary of State, a talented architect himself. It was Jefferson who named the building Capitol rather than the House of Congress, taking the name from one of the seven hills of Rome, on which stood the Temple of Jupiter, king of the gods.
The Capitol building was inaugurated in 1800, 20 years after the foundation of the United States, when the city of Washington became the capital, after New York and Philadelphia. The building as it stands today, however, is the result of numerous reconstructions and extensions carried out by various architects. Just 14 years after it opened, it was set ablaze and severely damaged by the British troops. The rebuilding work began in 1815, and continued uninterrupted until 1826, with the addition of the central rotunda and a dome. The Capitol was significantly extended after 1850, and the wooden dome, which was no longer in proportion to the new dimensions of the building, was replaced by the current one in cast iron, three times higher than the original dome, measuring 30 meters across and weighing 4000 kilos…
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Law Library in Iowa State Capitol Building
The Law Library at the State Capitol Building in Des Moines, Iowa. The Iowa Governor is Terry Branstad.
Journey to the Top of the Iowa Capitol Building
In the summer of 2010 I was an intern at the Governor's Office in the Iowa Capitol building. At the end of July all of the interns got to go on an exclusive tour to the tippy-top of the Capitol building. It was called the Golden Dome tour. It was awesome!
CLIMBING TO THE TOP OF THE CAPITAL BUILDING
Iowa Capitol Dome and Lantern Restoration
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