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The Aeneid
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  • Another comes, who shall in triumph ride, And to the Capitol his chariot guide, From conquer’d Corinth, rich with Grecian spoils.
  • O happy friends! for, if my verse can give Immortal life, your fame shall ever live, Fix’d as the Capitol’s foundation lies, And spread, where’er the Roman eagle flies!
  • He, when his country, threaten’d with alarms, Requires his courage and his conqu’ring arms, Shall more than once the Punic bands affright; Shall kill the Gaulish king in single fight; Then to the Capitol in triumph move, And the third spoils shall grace Feretrian Jove."

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  • The Capitol Visitor’s Center cost over $600 million.
  • The US Capitol Mall runs from the Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial with the Washington Monument in the middle.

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