Capitol Building in Colonial Williamsburg Closed For Repairs

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August 30, 2012

7:32 PM

The Capitol building in Colonial Williamsburg will be closed for one week starting on August 29th in order to make repairs to the cupola. The closure is part of an ongoing project to repair the cupola’s siding, railings, roof and paint. “This project is part of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s commitment to the care and preservation of historic buildings,” Jim Bradley, communications manager for Colonial Williamsburg, said to the Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily.

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