Believe it or not, when we woke up today, who would have thought we would be visiting a place with bodies buried in the walls, as well as on the grounds? We are not talking about a cemetery, but rather a municipal building in the center of Nashville. The state capital building is home to the governor, the state legislature, and is a National Historic Landmark. Completed in 1859 on a hilltop overlooking the city, this building looks like a Greek Ionic temple, and was constructed using commercial, convict, and slave labor. Interestingly, while Tennessee produced three U.S. Presidents, only one, James K. Polk, is buried on the grounds. Self-guided tours allowed us to leisurely explore the building...although from time-to-time, we did listen in on a couple of school tours. We've visited a number of municipal buildings during our travels and would have to rate this one within the top ten.