Old and New
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In the foreground is the North Carolina Court of Appeals Building, dating from 1914, long known as the Ruffin Building in the 1st half of the 20th century. The towering structure is the Wachovia Capitol Center, a 30-story structure of granite and glass, 406 feet tall, built in 1991. This is in Raleigh.
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