The capitol above is in Tallahassee, Florida. As many times as we've visited Florida (many!), we'd never gone into the panhandle. We were surprised how "unpopulated" it is compared to the rest of Florida, complete with large areas of pretty much nothing but trees and a few mobile homes. Even the capitol city is smallish and surrounded by trees, trees and more trees.
The historic capitol, circa 1845, is quite handsome and is a grand museum. Note the red and white awnings on the windows. That is quite unique. Just behind it, you can see the 22-story newer capitol building peeking up. A visit to the top floor offers grand views of the surrounding countryside, as well as the city near the capitol.