- Massachusetts State House—the very name exudes class and elegance. The house is home to the Massachusetts General Court and the offices of the Governor of the state. It is built on 6.7 acres of land. The highlight of the State house is the gilded dome which shines and gives out a warmth of its own. The pinnacle of the dome is a pine cone, a reminder of both the importance of Boston's lumber industry of the colonial period and the state of Maine, which was a district of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The rich embedded past of Massachusetts State House makes it necessary to visit this place atleast once.
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