Minnesota State Capitol

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The Minnesota State Capitol was completed in 1905, replacing an older building that had burned down. Witnesses have described unexplained noises that come from the second story, cold gusts of air, and apparitions of deceased senators and governors in the halls and stairways. Something may be strange about Room 217 as well: Several folks have been locked in to this former judge’s office.

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Geographic Information

Address:
75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
St Paul, MN 55155
United States

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GPS:
44.9543075, -93.10222199999998
County:
Ramsey County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Saint Paul, MN (0.8 mi.)
West Saint Paul, MN (2.6 mi.)
Lilydale, MN (2.9 mi.)
Falcon Heights, MN (4.1 mi.)
Roseville, MN (4.5 mi.)
Little Canada, MN (5.1 mi.)
Mendota Heights, MN (5.2 mi.)
Maplewood, MN (5.2 mi.)
South Saint Paul, MN (5.4 mi.)
Mendota, MN (5.5 mi.)

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