Tag Archive: Virginia

May 25

7 Intriguing Facts about the Washington Monument You Probably Don’t Know

      James Madison was part of the idea of monument project. A private organization named as Washington National Monument Society was established by James Madison with John Marshall, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. In 1833, the organization has thought of an idea to give a tribute to the first president of the …

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Oct 15

Virginia Attractions and its Valuable History

Especially during the colonial times, American history has much connection with Virginia. Established in 1607, Jamestown was North America’s first permanent English settlement. The surrenders ended two significant historical events that happened in Virginia, the American Revolution and the Civil War. Eight U.S. presidents were born in Virginia that’s why it is called as the …

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Oct 12

Fascinating Tourist Attractions in Virginia

Virginia Beach Virginia is blessed with abundant and beautiful beaches since it is situated against the east coast. Beach lovers will not only enjoy clear ocean waters and sandy shores, but also historical tourist sites and great stores. The state is a perfect place to experience the historic, fun, or refreshing attractions. The largest city …

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Sep 12


  A city in the U.S. state of Virginia, Williamsburg was Virginia Colony’s capital from 1699 to 1780. It played a significant role in the American Revolution and together with Jamestown and Yorktown formed a Historic Triangle. The center of the city is the Colonial Williamsburg which is a historic district and living-history museum. Colonial …

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Sep 08

Kings Dominion Amusement Park in Doswell, Virginia

Known to be one of the best roller coasters on the east coast, Kings Dominion is a 400-acre amusement park located in Doswell, Virginia. King Dominion offers one full day of fun and thrill with over 60 rides including 15 roller coasters, live family entertainment and a twenty-acre water park. In 2015, WaterWorks was turned …

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