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A capitol is a building in which a legislature meets, including:
- Capitolio Nacional in Bogotá, Colombia
- Capitolio Federal in Caracas, Venezuela
- El Capitolio in Havana, Cuba
- United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.
- Numerous US state and territorial capitols
Capitol may also refer to:
- Capitol (board game), a Roman-themed board game
- Capitol (The Hunger Games trilogy), a fictional city in The Hunger Games novels
- Capitol (TV series), a U.S. soap opera
- Capitole de Toulouse, a historic building in Toulouse, France, now used as a municipal and public-arts center
- The capitouls of Toulouse, the city's former chief magistrates
- Capitol Air, originally known as Capitol International Airways, an American charter airline operating from 1946 to 1982
- Capitol College, a private, non-profit, and non-sectarian college located just south of Laurel, Maryland
- Capitol Corridor, an Amtrak railroad corridor
- Capitol Records, a U.S. record label
- Capitol Reef National Park, a U.S. National Park in south-central Utah
- Capitol Wrestling Corporation, a predecessor organization to World Wrestling Entertainment
- Capitoline Hill in Rome (from which the word capitol derives)
- Capitolium, the temple for the Capitoline Triad in many cities of the Roman Empire
- The Capitol (Hong Kong), a large private housing estate in Hong Kong
- The Capitols, a Detroit, Michigan-based soul trio
- Capitol (collection), a book by Orson Scott Card
- All pages with titles containing Capitol
- Capital (disambiguation)
- Capitol Theater (disambiguation), a number of former and current cinemas or theatres located throughout the world
- Capitol Hill (disambiguation), a number of districts in the United States and Canada
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