File:TenCommandmentsAustinStateCapitol.jpg

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A controversial tablet displaying the Ten Commandments, located on the grounds of the Texas State Capitol (behind the capitol building) in Austin, Texas, USA.

  • Source: Public Domain Image from Texas Attorney General's website news release, "Attorney General Abbott Urges U. S. Supreme Court To Uphold Texas Ten Commandments Monument", Wednesday, March 2, 2005

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