The University of Virginia's Rotunda was built as Thomas Jefferson's center of academical village, modelled after the Pantheon n Rome and completed in 1826 at a cost of nearly $60,000. Thanks to Megan of USA.
Postcard 2 - Monticello
With this postcard, I completed all the twenty USA UNESCO World Heritage sites as of 2009. A moment to ponder and celebrate. View of Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia is the the home of American President Thomas Jefferson and is an elegant and classic example of early American architecture. Thanks to "genigirl" of USA.
Postcard 3 - Monticello
What a beautiful autumn glow postcard of Monticello - the home of Thomas Jefferson. Thanks to Cottonwood of Idaho, USA who was visiting Virginia.
Postcard 4 - Monticello in winterWinter view of Monticello. Thanks to Kristen of USA.
Postcard 5 - Study Room, MonticelloStudy (Cabinet) the most private part of Jefferson's suite, Monticello. Thanks to Ruth who visited Monticello, USA.