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June 06, 2013


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Tonya {The Traveling Praters}

What a beautiful building and interesting history. I've visited the Ohio State Capital before but haven't had a guided tour. I just get a bit more out of a visit if I am able to hear the stories that make it interesting from someone else.

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Dominique King

Tonya-The tour proved a good way to get re-acquainted with the building for us. We didn't get a complete tour because of the large group meeting on the ground floor of the rotunda, so there's still more to see and more stories to hear next time we visit :)

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