Thomas Jefferson's Monticello Estate

Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson near Charlottesville, Virginia.

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Northern VirginiaEdit

Because of its importance during both the Civil and Revolutionary wars, Northern Virginia has plenty of historical attractions. Mount Vernon, the plantation of George Washington, offers tours of the first president's home, and is just one of many famous historical sites that can be found in the northern part of Virginia.

Caverns, such as Skyline and Luray, offer tours that take spulunkers through the caves. Luray Caverns hosts famous structures such asSaracen's tent, which is considered one of the most well-formed draperies in the entire world. Skyline Caverns offers a unique view of rare Anthodites.


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