Minnesota Capitol dome



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English: Dome of the Minnesota State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The building features a gilded quadriga called Progress of the State, and a ball mounted above the dome is covered in gold leaf. The structure is made of Georgia marble and is one of only about five unsupported marble domes in the world. It is a near-duplicate of the dome on St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Date 6 July 2005(2005-07-06)
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Author Mulad


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