Capitol Hill (Salt Lake City)

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Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City gets its name from the Utah State Capitol prominently overlooking downtown.wikipedia
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Utah State Capitol

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Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City gets its name from the Utah State Capitol prominently overlooking downtown.
The capitol is the main building of the Utah State Capitol Complex, which is located on Capitol Hill, overlooking downtown Salt Lake City.

City Creek (Utah)

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The east slope descends sharply into City Creek Canyon.
In 1909 the creek was placed in an underground conduit down North Temple Street from outside of Memory Grove to west of the State Fairpark where the water exits into the Jordan River.

U.S. Route 89 in Utah

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State Street (U.S. Route 89 in Utah) leads up Capitol Hill, and Main Street also climbs the one block to the west.
As it leaves downtown, 300 West curves northwesterly and becomes Beck Street, meeting the modern terminus of SR-186 at Victory Road at the back side of Capitol Hill.

Heber C. Kimball

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The sloping south face of Capitol Hill is sometimes called "Heber's Bench" after Heber C. Kimball, former resident and Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
He was buried in the Kimball-Whitney Cemetery (40.772949, -111.889755), located on the south slope of what's now known as Capitol Hill, an area then called "Heber's Bench" after him.

Salt Lake City Council Hall

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Salt Lake City Council Hall - old Salt Lake City Hall relocated from downtown to across from the capitol building.
The Salt Lake City Council Hall is currently home to offices of the Utah Office of Tourism and the Utah Film Commission and is located on Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Alfred McCune Home

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Alfred McCune Home - 1901 Main Street mansion for Indian-born railroad and mining businessman Alfred W. McCune.
The Alfred McCune Home is one of the mansions on Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City, Utah, from around the turn of the 20th century.

Woodruff-Riter-Stewart Home

Woodruff-Riter-Stewart Home - 1906 second renaissance revival State Street mansion.
The Woodruff-Riter-Stewart Home is a mansion on Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Capitol Hill Historic District (Salt Lake City, Utah)

Capitol Hill Historic District
The Capitol Hill Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Capitol Hill (Salt Lake City)

Salt Lake City

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Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City gets its name from the Utah State Capitol prominently overlooking downtown. In addition, Capitol Hill can be considered a neighborhood of Salt Lake City.

Neighbourhood

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In addition, Capitol Hill can be considered a neighborhood of Salt Lake City.

Great Salt Lake

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The entire Salt Lake City metro area can seen from Capitol Hill, as can the Great Salt Lake miles to the west.

Marmalade

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The west-sloping side of the hill is a diverse neighborhood called "Marmalade Hill", since the streets are named after various fruits that are often used in making marmalade. The western slope of Capitol Hill is called the "Marmalade District" after marmalade fruit jam because of the streets named after fruit trees imported and planted there such as apricot, quince and almond.

National Register of Historic Places

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The Capitol Hill Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Fruit tree

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The western slope of Capitol Hill is called the "Marmalade District" after marmalade fruit jam because of the streets named after fruit trees imported and planted there such as apricot, quince and almond.

Apricot

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The western slope of Capitol Hill is called the "Marmalade District" after marmalade fruit jam because of the streets named after fruit trees imported and planted there such as apricot, quince and almond.

Quince

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The western slope of Capitol Hill is called the "Marmalade District" after marmalade fruit jam because of the streets named after fruit trees imported and planted there such as apricot, quince and almond.

Almond

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The western slope of Capitol Hill is called the "Marmalade District" after marmalade fruit jam because of the streets named after fruit trees imported and planted there such as apricot, quince and almond.

Utah

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The district is often considered among the most architecturally diverse in Utah residential neighborhoods.

Residential area

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The district is often considered among the most architecturally diverse in Utah residential neighborhoods.

Vernacular architecture

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Early examples of Utah vernacular architecture sit alongside diverse turn-of-the-century styles such as a Russian-influenced LDS meeting house, Gothic revival homes, Victorian mansions, and eclectic houses of various combinations of adobe, brick, and carpentry.

Russia

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Early examples of Utah vernacular architecture sit alongside diverse turn-of-the-century styles such as a Russian-influenced LDS meeting house, Gothic revival homes, Victorian mansions, and eclectic houses of various combinations of adobe, brick, and carpentry.

Gothic Revival architecture

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Early examples of Utah vernacular architecture sit alongside diverse turn-of-the-century styles such as a Russian-influenced LDS meeting house, Gothic revival homes, Victorian mansions, and eclectic houses of various combinations of adobe, brick, and carpentry.

Victorian architecture

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Early examples of Utah vernacular architecture sit alongside diverse turn-of-the-century styles such as a Russian-influenced LDS meeting house, Gothic revival homes, Victorian mansions, and eclectic houses of various combinations of adobe, brick, and carpentry.

Adobe

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Early examples of Utah vernacular architecture sit alongside diverse turn-of-the-century styles such as a Russian-influenced LDS meeting house, Gothic revival homes, Victorian mansions, and eclectic houses of various combinations of adobe, brick, and carpentry.

Brick

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Early examples of Utah vernacular architecture sit alongside diverse turn-of-the-century styles such as a Russian-influenced LDS meeting house, Gothic revival homes, Victorian mansions, and eclectic houses of various combinations of adobe, brick, and carpentry.