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The Rosa Parks bronze statue weighs 600 pounds and the granite pedestal, partially hollowed out inside, weighs 2,100 pounds. The pedestal is made of Raven Black granite and inscribed simply with her name and life dates, “Rosa Parks/1913–2005.
On February 27, 2013, a statue of Rosa Parks commissioned by Congress was...

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Snapshot of a crowd of people on a guided tour through the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol
Official Tours of the U.S. Capitol Building are offered Monday through...

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Photo of the U.S. Capitol Building, West Front, Early April 2014.
A multi-phased project designed to address deferred maintenance, extend the...

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Generator Progress May 2014
Work is underway at the northwest corner of the Library of Congress John Adams...
Get the latest information on current work underway to renew the Cannon House Office Building.
Learn more about the African Americans depicted in Capitol Hill art during February, Black History month.
See updates as workers remove cast iron and make repairs to the U.S. Capitol Dome.
Discover all of the ways the AOC cares for the iconic landmarks, buildings and grounds of Capitol Hill.
Photo of the crane being put into place in the courtyard of the Cannon House Office Building.
A statue of Rosa Parks in National Statuary Hall.
Photo of the Capitol complex at dusk from January 2015.
Decorative Painters in the Old Senate Chamber
Photo of the crane being put into place in the courtyard of the Cannon House Office Building.
Get the latest information on current work underway to renew the Cannon House Office Building.
A statue of Rosa Parks in National Statuary Hall.
Learn more about the African Americans depicted in Capitol Hill art during February, Black History month.
Photo of the Capitol complex at dusk from January 2015.
See updates as workers remove cast iron and make repairs to the U.S. Capitol Dome.
Decorative Painters in the Old Senate Chamber
Discover all of the ways the AOC cares for the iconic landmarks, buildings and grounds of Capitol Hill.
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