State House

Designed by noted Boston architect Charles Bulfinch and built in 1829.

The Maine State House in Augusta, Maine is the state capitol of the State of Maine. The building was completed in 1832, one year after Augusta became the capital of Maine. Built using Maine granite, the State House was based on the design of the Massachusetts State House (Maine was formerly part of Massachusetts, and became a separate state in 1820).

The Governor and the Maine Legislature convene at the State House.

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