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UVA Named One Of The Most Beautiful Colleges In The US has named the University of Virginia as "One Of The Most Beautiful Colleges In The US". The article says of UVA: "The gorgeous campus of the University of Virginia, founded by Thomas Jefferson, is not just one of the prettiest college campuses in the country, but is the only…

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Conde Nast Traveler Honors Monticello

Conde Nast Traveler has featured Thomas Jefferson's Monticello as an "Innovation That Changed Architecture Forever." Monticello is mentioned along with Crystal Palace in London and The Empire State Building. To read the full article, click here…

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Virginia Film Festival Begins Nov. 1

THE VIRGINIA FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 25 GLORIOUS YEARS IN CHARLOTTESVILLE The Highly Anticipated Event Will Take Place November 1 - 4, 2012 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (October 18, 2012) - The Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau (CACVB) invites visitors and local residents to…

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Southern Living Names Charlottesville Top 15 College Towns

Southern Living Magazine has chosen Charlottesville as one of the magazine's 15 Best College Towns. Here is what the magazine had to say about the home of the University of Virginia: Charlottesville 101: Rolling vineyards, the Blue Ridge Mountains, the redbrick Downtown Mall-it's easy to see why so…

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Albemarle Cider Featured in Washington Post

The Washington Post featured Albemarle Cider in a two page article on cider in Virginia. To see the full article click here. The portion on Albemarle CIderworks reads: Almost exactly three hours after leaving Foggy Ridge, I turned into the gravel driveway of Albemarle CiderWorks in North Garden…

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Keswick Hall Named One of "Worlds Best Wine Country Hotels"

Keswick Hall has been named by Travel & Leisure Magazine as one of the "World's Best Wine Country Hotels". The article reads: This stately 48-room lodge in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains goes for a handsome, old-guard aesthetic (hunt-club prints, Chippendale chairs aplenty). Private…

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