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|Idaho State Capitol|
|700 West Jefferson Street|
Boise ID United States
|Floor Area||18,740 m²|
| - capitol building|
| - government|
| - lowrise|
| - dome|
| - renaissance revival|
| - stone|
| - granite|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|to tip of eagle statue|
|to top of statue pedestal|
- Architect: John E. Tourtellotte & Charles Hummel
- Length x Width: 100 m x 52 m
- Usable Square Footage: 190,000 sq ft (17,651.5 sq m)
- The central part of the building and dome was constructed from 1905 to 1912. The east and west wings, which function as the House and Senate chambers, were constructed from 1919 to 1920.
- Most of the exterior is faced in sandstone quarried from the nearby Table Rock Quarry.
- The eagle state atop the capitol stands 5'7", and is gilded with gold. It was regilded in 2005.
- This is the only state capitol heated by geothermal water.
- The interior of the building contains 50,000 square feet, and four different types, of artistically carved mable.
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