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United States Capitol

Name
United States Capitol
Architect
William Thornton (first Architect of the Capitol)Browse all buildings by William Thornton (first Architect of the Capitol)Browse all buildings by William Thornton (first Architect of the Capitol)
City
Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C.Browse all buildings in Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C.Browse all buildings in Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C.
Country
United States of AmericaBrowse all buildings in United States of AmericaBrowse all buildings in United States of America
Client
Presidency of George WashingtonBrowse Presidency of George WashingtonBrowse Presidency of George Washington
Floor area
16.50 acreBrowse 16.50 acreBrowse 16.50 acre
Floor count
5Browse 5Browse 5
Official website
http://www.capitol.govBrowse http://www.capitol.govBrowse http://www.capitol.gov
Style
Architecture of the United States#Colonial Architecture (16th century - 18th century) Neoclassical architectureBrowse Architecture of the United States#Colonial Architecture (16th century - 18th century) Neoclassical architectureBrowse Architecture of the United States#Colonial Architecture (16th century - 18th century) Neoclassical architecture
Year construction started
1793Browse all buildings from 1793Browse all buildings from 1793
Source
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Capitol

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