Good for a visit and should look if u have time
Texas is famous, the parliament building is very grand, very similar to Europe. It's a fun place.
Texas Capitol Plaza
The Texas State Capitol is on a hillside in downtown Austin. The Capitol looks like the U.S. Capitol, but the color is light brown. There are many monuments and various sculptures around the Capitol to commemorate major historical events in Texas history, the previous world wars and civil wars that Texas participated in, and some historical buildings. The governor's residence is also nearby.
Texas State Capitol
The Texas State Capitol is located in Austin, the capital of Texas in the United States. It was built in 1885 and covers an area of 51 acres. It was designed by architect Elijah E Myer to imitate Washington’s Capitol and was listed in the country in 1970. List of historical sites, was named a National Historic Landmark in 1986. A large stamp is painted in the center of the floor of the rotunda in the center of the building, surrounded by the seals of the Six Nations. Portraits of the presidents of the Republic and the governors of Texas hang on each floor of the four-story circular hall open to the public.
In the heart of the Lone Star State, a very magnificent building carries history. This is the office of the Texas State Assembly, and at the same time the promotion of Texas history. Group visitors are open for free, and they only need to go through the basic security check.
man that place is huge