Downtown Albany

Do you know that the capitol of New York state is Albany? This is what the downtown is like.

We are standing in front of the New York State Capitol Building.

Right photo: A statue of General Philip Henry Sheridan stands in front of the New York State Capitol Building, in the East Capitol Park next to the building.

Across Washington Avenue, from the State Capitol Building, is the New York State Education Department.

Right photo: Statue of children reading, drawing and playing at the base of a lamp.

On the other side of the State Capitol Building, across State Street, is where The Egg is. This building is the center for performing arts.

From this view in the photo, The Egg building is located on the left of the water-fountain, while the four Agency office buildings of the Empire State Plaza are located on the right. In the far end of the fountain, is the Cultural Education Center, which can be seen in this photo.

The four Agency office buildings, which are part of the Empire State Plaza.

Reflection of the Agency office buildings on the water fountain pool.

An art-piece in the Empire State Plaza.

The New York State Museum is found inside the Cultural Education Center.

The adorable squirrels and chipmunks are often seen here in the plaza.

~ Map of Downtown Albany ~

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