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The Great Western Staircase in the New York State Capitol building is also known as the Million Dollar Staircase. With 444 steps and at 119 feet high, this colossal staircase in Albany, New York took 14 years to build from 1883-1897. The staircase was designed and built by prominent New York architects Henry Hobson Richardson and Isaac Perry.
The Cathedral of Immaculate Conception in Albany, New York is full of rich history. Constructed in 1852, the cathedral was originally commissioned by Irish Bishop John McCloskey in order to serve his flock of Catholics who fled Ireland from the Potato Famine. Today, the cathedral stands as the second-oldest cathedral in New York state.
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