Where is Gulliver taken toward the end of Part II, Chapter 2 of Gulliver's Travels?

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I assume that you are asking about Part II, Chapter 2.  I have changed your question to reflect this.  In Part I, Chapter 2, Gulliver is not taken anywhere.  In Part II, Chapter 2, when Gulliver is in Brobdingnag, he is taken to the capital city, Lorbrulgud.

In this part of the book, Gulliver has accidentally come to Brobdingnag.  He has been found by a farmworker who has given him to the owner of the farm.  The owner of the farm has decided that he can make some money by showing Gulliver off like a circus exhibit.  In order to make money, he starts going to larger towns where there are more potential customers.  Finally, he ends up taking Gulliver to the capital.

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