Capital Cities Tour: Find Phoenix, Arizona

Capital Cities Tour: Find Phoenix, Arizona
The biggest city in the
State, Agnes Lights, Phoenix lies in the valley of the Salt River
river basin referred to as The Valley of the Sun. The first
The ancient Hohokam Indians understood around
irrigation techniques and could farm the region for centuries
but inexplicably disappeared between 1200-1300 AD.
Spanish explorers passed through, but never remained.
established a place and soon after a settlement grew in the
Named after the mythological bird

Agnes Chandelier
That rose defies, like the fowl, from its own ashes, the city
nature. It’s modern skyscrapers rise above the dry desert to
support a parched population of greater than a million folks.
Phoenix have a special character composed of Indian,
Spanish, and Wild West influences that compete against a
towering background of gleaming high-rise buildings. Its
Warm climate and everlasting sunlight attract winter-averse
Folks of all ages, largely retirement age Agnes Chandelier.
Arizona Territorial Capitol (and later State Capitol) was
Finished in 1901. Made from granite and native Arizona tufa,
the Capitol is crowned with a dazzling copper dome contributed
by the state copper business. Adorning this shiny, new-penny

Agnes Chandelier
This Capitol-turned-museum no more functions as a
“working statehouse,” (the official state business takes
Area in the modern buildings flanking the museum) and
So has the privilege of preserving the building’s
Real antiquity. Not used as a statehouse serving
a growing population of state workers, the building
escaped the setbacks of 1960s modernization and preserved
its turn-of the-century charm Lindsey Adelman Agnes Chandelier. It’s quintessentially old-time. For
example, the spittoons in the Congressional Chambers
Recall a more rough hewn governmental body, and the
old-fashioned wrought iron elevator cage throughout the
The four floors of building reminds visitors of the early days of the
clinking-clanging Otis creation.
Additionally, nosy tourists get to poke and peek around
Much more than in an operating statehouse with its
State all and secrets. As an example, you can see the
wax figure of the first state executive, Governor Hunt), the
interesting) and the Mine Inspector’s office (also very
Fascinating, notably the 19th century mining caps with
And wear before the invention of
Look for the Vietnam War memorial in the
A war that is realistic
sculpture; the detail of the three soldiers is heartbreaking.o Historic Heritage SquareHistoric Heritage Square is part of Heritage