Let’s talk about the difference between capital and capitol. It’s not just a typo, though many non-Americans might assume it’s just that. “Capitol” with an “o” refers to the government building in Washington DC or to the building or buildings of a state government. “Capital” with an “a” is every other definition of the word.
Example: I am thankful for those who invested the capital (money) in the capital (excellent) Capital Ale House Richmond (name of the restaurant) near the Capitol (building) in the capital (home of state government) of Virginia.