70. Amazing Places: Lansing, MI.
Lansing was named the new state capital in 1847, ten years after Michigan became a state. This magnificent structure is actually the third state capitol building and was dedicated on January 1, 1879. It is 267 feet tall from the ground to the tip of spire and has four stories with 139 rooms. Since these posts are about travel and not politics - see how I worked that in there so everyone plays nice? :-) - this building is just one of the many incredible things to see and do in Lansing. A short list would include: Michigan State University, Michigan Walk Of Fame, world class museums, music and art, and a host of cool places to wine and dine.
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