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Jul 14, 2021

[Answer] Which state capital was raised 10 feet from its original foundation?

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Sacramento - Sacramento sits 30 feet above sea level today, but that wasn’t always the case. A portion of the California capital was given a 10-foot boost in the 1860s, thanks to the residents of the flood-prone city, who raised the entire original section of Sacramento to its current elevation by abandoning the ground floors of multi-story buildings and constructing sidewalks at the first-floor level. As new roadways were constructed, they too were elevated. You can see the only remaining section of the city’s original level in the sunken courtyard at the Old Sacramento tourist shopping center, across from the California State Railroad Museum.:


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