Memories of Sacramento

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This will be my final post about the California State capitol. You can see everything that I have written about Sacramento here. This was the first city I visited in my capitals project, and the first one that I have finally completed writing about (a whopping 5 months later). I enjoyed my journey to the city and the corresponding reading about the the history that I did in the weeks that followed.

There some photos I took that didn’t make sense to have a blog post of their own so I will share them here.

Memories of Sacramento

Sacramento is a wonderful city. I will miss thinking and writing about my time there. Through everything that I have learned the one theme that remains common is that Sacramento is a city that is constantly reinventing itself. I look forward to visiting again many years from now to see how it has changed.

 

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