Lingering Look at Architecture: November~History

Welcome to the 2015 edition of A Lingering Look at Architecture . Every month on the 4th Thursday of the month I will post my vision of the theme for that month. Use this post to tag your own for pingbacks and trackbacks or feel free to post your link in the comments. You can link up as many or as few times as you like. Click here for the themes for each month of 2015.

I live in the state of Virginia in the United States of America. We may not have a lot of ancient history like perhaps Europe or Asia but for a country that is less than 250 years old we have our share of American History.

Virginia is home to eight of our country’s presidents (so far). I have visited a few of them.

Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson.


Home of James Madison, Montpelier


George Washington’s Mt. Vernon

Mt. Vernon

Home of James Monroe, Ash Lawn-Highland

Ash Lawn Highand

9 thoughts on “Lingering Look at Architecture: November~History

  1. You have an amazing amount of historic buildings compared to here! I would love to visit all those homes. They are each so beautiful and so different from each other.


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