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Oklahoma State Capitol

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Identification

Oklahoma State Capitol
122495

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Structure in General

monumental hall
existing [completed]
granite
limestone
light brown
beaux-arts / historism

Usages

capitol (national subdivision)

Facts

  • Is the only state capitol in the U.S. to have working oil wells on the property.
  • Construction of the dome was scheduled to end on statehood day, November 16, 2002. The dome is 80 feet in diameter, and topped with a 17-foot tall Native American bronze statue.
  • The dome was designed in the original plans, but was not constructed until the early 21st century because of earlier budget shortfalls.
  • Oklahoma City architectural firm Layton and Smith built the Capitol; F+S+B were the architects of record for the dome.

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Location

2300 North Lincoln Boulevard
2300 North Lincoln Boulevard
73105
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma
U.S.A.

Technical Data

255.00 ft
255.00 ft
5
1914
1917

Involved Companies

Layton & Smith

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Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
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