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415 W McCarty St, Jefferson City, United States
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1510 Jefferson St, Jefferson City, United States
3514 Amazonas Dr, Jefferson City, United States
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On the agenda for Sunday, June 22 was an exploration of Jefferson City. The capitol building was an obvious choice, after spending the prior evening photographing the exterior. I had also found a brochure on Missouri Wines - apparently the ...
... in 1993, with more flooding in 1995. Congress has authorized funds for construction of Left Bank and Right Bank levees by the US Army Corp of Engineers within three years. Jefferson City, Missouri Population 39,079 Elevation 702 Central time ...
... in to the hotel (where my mom set the thermostat to 64) and enjoyed dinner at a Greek pizza restaurant (Arris Pizza Palace - a Jefferson City landmark). Tasty! Later in the evening, the storm clouds from earlier in the day were hanging around, ...
... today. It is a beautiful building. It's another of the mid-west state capitals built early in the 20th century when states had money and wanted to show people they did. This one, like others, is a big domed building that sits up on a ...
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3928 Wardsville Road, Jefferson City, Missouri, United States
201 West Capitol Avenue, Jefferson City, Missouri, United States
2007 Retention Drive, Jefferson City, Missouri, United States
109 Madison St, Jefferson City, Missouri, United States
Within the walls of this museum, the romantic history of Missouri unfolds. The building is filled with treasures of historical significance dating from the era of the Louisiana Territory. Spacious rooms are filled with antique chandeliers, rosewood and mahogany chests and settees, French mirrors and fine paintings. This is the only county museum in the country to display inaugural gowns of its state's First Ladies at times throughout the year. The museum is closed December 15 - February 1.