The University of Iowa's main campus is located in Iowa City, with the campus bordered by Park Road to the north and Dubuque
and Gilbert Streets roughly to the east. U.S. Highway 6 traverses the
university campus. The Iowa River flows through the campus. The Oakdale Campus,
which is home to the university's research facilities and the driving simulator, is located north of Interstate 80 in adjacent Coralville.One of the notable buildings that is part of the campus is the Old Capitol Building. This building served as the capitol
building for the territory of Iowa when the capital of Iowa was based in Iowa City. Today the building houses the office of the
school's President. In 2001 the building was damaged by fire. The capitol dome - which is the most notable feature of the building and part of the school logo - was destroyed
in the fire. The school then proceeded to restore the dome so that it appeared exactly as the old dome did, and the restoration
was completed by the summer of 2003.