UNESCO World Heritage Photo Essay: the University of Virginia

Designed and established by Thomas Jefferson as a retirement project, the University of Virginia in Charlottesville is one of the architectural highlights on the East Coast of the United States. Always bustling with students coming from and going to classes, UVA—as it is also called—is a lively place. Together...

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello – Charlottesville’s Star Attraction

As the only presidential home in the United States that’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello is without question the crown jewel of all the attractions in and around Charlottesville, Virginia. The fact that there’s such an important historic site here in C’ville is one of the...