Robert Fulton's North River Steamboat was the first successful steamboat that made its run from NYC to Albany in 1807

Robert Fulton's North River Steamboat was the first successful steamboat that made its run from NYC to Albany in 1807

American statesman, Alexander Hamilton was married in 1780 to Philip Schuyler's daughter Elizabeth at the Schuyler Mansion in Albany

American statesman, Alexander Hamilton was married in 1780 to Philip Schuyler's daughter Elizabeth at the Schuyler Mansion in Albany

What was Washington Park originally the site of the State Street Burial Ground. When Washington Park was designed, approximately 40,000 bodies had to be transferred to the Albany Rural Cemetery in the 1840s.

What was Washington Park originally the site of the State Street Burial Ground. When Washington Park was designed, approximately 40,000 bodies had to be transferred to the Albany Rural Cemetery in the 1840s.

The city of Nijmegen, Netherlands connected with Albany following World War II. To show its gratitude for post-war assistance, the city sent Albany 50,000 tulip bulbs in 1948; this act led to the establishment of the annual Tulip Festival.

The city of Nijmegen, Netherlands connected with Albany following World War II. To show its gratitude for post-war assistance, the city sent Albany 50,000 tulip bulbs in 1948; this act led to the establishment of the annual Tulip Festival.

Building began on the current Capitol Building in Albany in 1867 and took over 30 years to complete at a cost of more than $25,000,000

Building began on the current Capitol Building in Albany in 1867 and took over 30 years to complete at a cost of more than $25,000,000

The New York Central Railroad (NYCRR) was originally headquartered in Albany until 1867 when Cornelius Vanderbilt moved it to NYC.

The New York Central Railroad (NYCRR) was originally headquartered in Albany until 1867 when Cornelius Vanderbilt moved it to NYC.

The weathervane on the SUNY building, weighing in at around 800 pounds, is the largest working weathervane in North America.

The weathervane on the SUNY building, weighing in at around 800 pounds, is the largest working weathervane in North America.

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