Capitals of the USA-Part 2

Here is the second chapter of our ten-part article directory; Capitals of the USA-Part 2 where we will share the capitals of the USA with you. In this article, you will find some useful information about the capitals of four states; Connecticut, Delaware, Florida and Georgia.

Capitals of the USA-2

Hartford

Hartford is the hub of the Connecticut state of the United States. The county of Connecticut was the administrative headquarters of the historic Hartford County before losing local administration units in 1960. Furthermore, with the population of 124,775 as of the 2010 census, it is the fourth most populous city in the state of Connecticut.

Sights to See in Hartford

House of Mark Twain

House of Mark Twain

Built in 1874, the house was home to the world-famous American writer Mark Twain. The house, which covers an area of 6,070 square meters, was designed by renowned architect Edward Tuckerman Potter. Furthermore, the house built with Gothic and Neo-Gothic architectural styles now operates as a museum. At home, Mark Twain and his family’s products are on display.

Connecticut State Assembly

Connecticut_State_Capitol,_Hartford

It is located on Capitol Street. The parliament building, which covers an area of 2 hectares, is 87 meters high. Furthermore, built between 1872 and 1874, the state parliament building is the most important symbol of Hartford.

Bushnell Park

Corning Fountain, Bushnell Park, Hartford CT

Designed by Reverend Horace Bushnell at the beginning of the 1850s, the park covers a gigantic area of 20 hectares.

St. Joseph’s Cathedral

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Built in 1962 with a postmodern architectural style, the cathedral has a capacity of 1,880 people. The spiritual building serving as the Roman Catholic church was designed by Eggers and Higgins which is one the leading companies in the country. Furthermore, the sacred structure is made of concrete and limestone materials with an altitude of 86, a length of 87 and a width of 48 meters.

Soldiers and Marines Monument Belt

It is one of the most important symbols of the American Civil War in the city. Furthermore, it was designed by the famous Irish architect George Keller in 1886. This memorial symbolizes 400 people who lost their lives in 4,000 people who participated in the war from Hartford.

Wadsworth Atheneum and Art Museum

It is the oldest public art museum in the United States. Built in Gothic Revival architectural style, the museum building was designed by famous architects Alexander Jackson Davis and Ithiel Town. Furthermore, the museum was founded by Daniel Wadsworth, one of the pioneers of art in the United States, and thus the institution is referred to by its name.

Dover

The Dover is located on the edge of the Delaware River, on the edge of the river “St John River”. Dover was founded in 1683 by William Penn of the Quaker sect of the Delaware King of England, who had received the privilege of setting up a colony called “Downstairs on the Delaware River” in northern America, in memory of Dover in England.

Sights to See in Dover

Johnson Victrola Museum

Old State House

Air Mobility Command Museum

Dover International Speedway

Tallahassee

Tallahassee; Florida is the capital of the world. Its population is 156,612, its surface area is 254.5 km², its population density is 607.6 / km². There are three universities in the city.

Sights to See in Tallahassee

Tallahassee Museum

Cascades Park

Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park

 Florida Historic Capitol Museum

Atlanta

Atlanta is one of the oldest cities in the USA and will continue to be one of the most important places of the country in the future. The stylish modernism with its traditional style lives together in Atlanta. Furthermore, another thing that has made a breakthrough in Atlanta is the music industry. Those who live in Atlanta call their city Hotlanta because the city is hot and exciting every day.

Sights to See in Atlanta

World of Coca-Cola

You can find a lot of information about the bottle designs by years and the production structure, and you can spend 2-3 hours forgetting the time here.

Georgia Aquarium

The biggest aquarium in the world was in Atlanta until the huge aquarium in Singapore was built. In the aquarium, there are all kinds of sea creatures that you can think of. Furthermore, there are several sections in the aquarium, where whales and sharks can live together. Tropical reefs, Open ocean, Polar region, Freshwater and Marine Mammals. As part of preserving natural life, reefs of rare sea creatures are provided.

CNN Center

At CNN news centers, readers can visit the press galleries. In the studios, you have the opportunity to meet the popular news reporters and guests.

Fox Theatre

The Fox Theater hosts theatre and ballet shows. Furthermore, inspired by the temple of Ramses, the building carries traces of Egyptian architecture.

Stone Mountain Park

The park with a giant piece of rock in Atlanta is one of the city’s most popular attractions. Also, Confederate President Jefferson Davis, General Robert E. You can see Lee and General Thomas’ paintings on the large rock.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

There are sections according to plant species in the park. The Atlanta Botanical Garden has interesting sections such as Japanese garden, rose garden, children’s garden and wooded areas.