Raleigh is North Carolina's capital, and as such, the Capital District is home to a large number of government entities and the buildings which house them. It's the northernmost district of Downtown Raleigh, and its largest in total area. It's bordered on the East by the Glenwood South District, on the West by the historic communities of Mordecai and Oakwood, and on the South by Morgan Street (Moore Square District, Fayetteville Street District, and the Warehouse District).
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