New York Capitol Building
New York City is the largest city in New York, the state capital is actually Albany, which has 1/80 the population of New York City.
Albany is known as the city of many names. The original inhabitants, the Mohicans, called the city PempotowwathutMuhhcanneuw, or "the 1st fireplace of the Mohican nation," while the Dutch called it Beverwijck or "Beaver District." In 1664, the English would name the city after the Duke of Albany.
ALBANY, NEW YORK
The New York Capitol building in Albany took 28 years (1867–1899), 5 different architects, and over $25 million to build. Composed of granite, the building has 5 floors total and a Million Dollar Staircase with 300 carved stone portraits of famous New Yorkers and others.