The fifth state capitol I visited was the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Construction was started in 1886 and completed 15 years later. It measures 383 feet long and 315 feet wide.
The exterior walls are constructed of granite quarried near Gunnison, Colorado. The gold dome rises 272 feet and is covered with 47 ounces of gold. It was originally covered in copper until citizens objected that copper was not a primary metal of Colorado.
The third state capitol I visited on my All You Can Jet pass was in Providence, Rhode Island.
The second state capitol I visited on my All You Can Jet pass was in Richmond, Virginia. Here are some more photos from my visit.
The first state capitol I visited on myJetBlue All You Can Jet pass was in Salem, Oregon. The exterior is made of Vermont marble.