Utah

A tour of the Utah State Capitol

Utah Political Center

Martin Gregor
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A tour of the Utah State Capitol
Inserted: 27.06.2019
Author: Martin Jack Gregor © gigaplaces.com
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The Utah Capitol was built between 1912 and 1916. It is a government building in the State of Utah and is located in the capital Salt Lake City. Its dominant feature is a dome tower 87 meters high. This government building is open to the public, but it is better to have a passport with you. This government building has a total of 3 floors. Where is both the House and the Senate. There are also representative rooms and a museum of local governors.

Chapter

Chapters are not so different from other Chapters at first glance. Each is different in size.

Chapter
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Second floor

Let the first or second floor come to the Chapter. Here it is possible to look into the rotunda of the tower.

Second floor
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Representative room

Here, politicians meet important people and visitors.

Representative room
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Senate

The Senate is located on the third floor.

Senate
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House

The House is also located on the third floor

House
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First floor

Finally, we descend to the first floor, which shows visitors the history of the state of Utah

First floor
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Pearl at the end

Probably everyone would like to stand behind the counter. So there is a possibility.

Pearl at the end
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