Oregon State Capitol is the famous building housing the state legislature and the governor's offices, secretary of state, and treasurer. The capitol grounds surround three city blocks and include Willson and Capitol parks. Inside the State Capitol are murals depicting state history; outside are sculptures, gardens, and grounds for strolling or picnicking. The reception area and ceremonial office are used frequently for art exhibits. The ornate table in the reception area comprises 40 different types of wood and depicts the previous Capitol. They create a living history, enhance the dignity and beauty of the Capitol, and foster cultural and educational opportunities.
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