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Topeka

Topeka is the Capital of Kansas.  Our state capital building is known world-wide for its’ murals by John Steuart Curry and the ornate architecture.  Topeka means “a good place to dig potatoes.”  Topeka is well known for the US Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka which in part declared racial segregation in public school to be unconstitutional. It is the home of Charles Sheldon who coined the famous question “What would Jesus do?” Topeka also boasts the Kansas Expocentre, the Combat Air Museum, Heartland Park Racing, the Kansas Museum of History, Washburn University and the World Famous Topeka Zoo.

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