- This article is about the city. For the song, see Capital City (song).
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Capital City, also spelled Capitol City and nicknamed "The Windy Apple", is the capital of and largest city in Springfield's state. It is a major metropolitan urban center, hosting major sports events, conventions, and United Nations conferences. It is also the birthplace of capital punishment. Capital City has a population of 6,339,760.
The city has a famous Crosstown suspension bridge that most people entering and leaving Capital City cross over. The Capitol Building, where all state matters are discussed and where governor Mary Bailey works, is located in Capital City. Other notable landmarks in Capital City include an Army Reserve monument, 4th Street and D (a popular tourist destination), the Capital City Duff Brewery and the massive Capital City Stadium.
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|Bumtown • Cemetery District • Crackton • Chinatown • Downtown Springfield • East Springfield • Ethnictown • Fast Food District • Flammable District • Fort Springfield • Gay Neighborhood • Greektown • Hickton • Junkyville • Korea Town • Little Bangkok • Little Ethiopia • Little Italy • Little Newark • Little Seattle • Lower East Side • Murder Town • Olde Springfield Towne • Pressboard Estates (Evergreen Terrace) • Rat's Nest • Recluse Ranch Estates • Russian District • Skid Row • Springfield Harbor • Springfield Heights • Springfield's Little Ukraine • Springshire • Sprooklyn • Theater District • Tibet Town • The Waterfront (Springfield Squidport) • Waverly Hills • West Springfield|
|Towns, Cities and Locations in Springfield State|
|Baby Seal Beach • Bloodbath Gulch • Brockway • Capital City • Catfish Lake • Cypress Creek • Frigid Falls • Garbage Island • Guidopolis • Lake Flaccid • Littleneck Falls • Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport • Mount Seldom • New Horrorfield • North Haverbrook • Ogdenville • The Outlands • Screamville • Shelbyville • Spittle County • Stenchburg • Springfield|
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|Chinatown • Downtown Shelbyville • Manhattan Square • Sabertooth • Shelbyville Bluffs|