Montgomery, the capital of Alabama in the United States and is home to one of the most fabulous and amazing buildings. Yes, we are talking about the Alabama State House which is a state owned building. It represents numerous state agencies. The most prominent agencies amongst them are the Alabama House of Representatives and the Alabama Senate. If you like to visit government houses, taking a tour of this unique building is a must for you. The experience can be extended with the help of an Acrylic Fridge Magnet of the Alabama state House. The simple souvenir replicates the image of the building making sure that you always remember the memorable visit whenever you look at your fridge. It serves the purpose of a memento and shows the entrance of the building. The flags are highlighted in the picture, which induces a feeling of nationalism.
History of Montgomery. Alabama State House
The State House was formerly known as the Alabama Highway Department building and was inaugurated in 1963. It used to represent the Alabama Department of Transportation initially. It was not until 1985 that name of the building was changed into the Alabama State House. Even though under the article four, section forty-eight, it has been specified that Legislature meetings should be held at the Alabama State Capitol, the meetings continue to be held in this building.
Usage of Montgomery. Alabama State House
In total, the building is comprised of eight floors, one of which is the basement. The basement is home to several offices and meeting rooms. The Governor's Legislative Office and the Alabama Budget Office are situated on the second floor. The Attorney General's office can be found on the third floor and the fifth and the sixth levels of the buildings are used by the House of Representatives. The Senate is in control of the two top most floors.