ⓘ Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex

Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex

ⓘ Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex

The Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex is a large complex of state government buildings in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Set on more than 50 acres of downtown Harrisburg, it includes the Pennsylvania State Capitol and a landscaped park environment with monuments, memorials, and other government buildings. It is bounded on the north by Forster Street, the east by North 7th Street, the south by Walnut Street, and the west by North 3rd Street. Most of this area is a National Historic Landmark District, recognized in 2013 as a fully realized example of the City Beautiful movement landscape and planning design of Arnold Brunner.

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  • on State Street and throughout the Eighth Ward were razed to make way for the expansion of the Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex In 1917 the state government
  • construction of the M. Harvey Taylor Memorial Bridge, the Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex the State Archives and Museum, the development of Fort Indiantown
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