As is often the case with statehouses, this grey sandstone building (1890) is modest, but with elegant fittings such as a gilded dome and interior woodwork of maple and cherry. The stained-glass dome ceiling was imported from England. On the second floor of the building, the Legislative Conference Room features a half-ton Tiffany chandelier and a mural by Mike Kopriva which illustrates the history of Wyoming.
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