维吉尼亚大学

维吉尼亚大学(夏洛茨维尔)

维吉尼亚大学
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Melissaleonard
宾夕法尼亚费城406 条分享
2022年6月 • 夫妻情侣
Beautiful campus. We went to Charlottesville for the weekend & checked it out. It's against the corner area with shops & restaurants.
撰写日期:2022年5月31日
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JNYCwriter
纽约州纽约市6,841 条分享
2021年11月 • 好友
University of Virginia offers that academic village concept with a grand rotunda and lawn area replete with gardens and serpentine walls. This is a great campus to stroll and enjoy that university town feel.
撰写日期:2021年11月26日
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maryannstewartl
Bethesda11 条分享
2021年11月
Dinner at Boars Head Inn located campus & newly renovated is a must. Campus grounds are open and you may casually explore.
撰写日期:2021年11月16日
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Jeffry b
澳大利亚埃森登10,701 条分享
2021年7月
The University of Virginia was one of America's first universities. The Jeffersonian architecture, with its classical style, was intended to act as a model for other Amercican colleges. The buildings are quite beautiful, and the campus is known as 'the Grounds,' The university was established in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson , one of America's Founding Fathers and author of the Declaration of Independence. The University of Virginia is a public institution of higher learning. The Academical Village comprises the original Jeffersonian buildings. The most presitigious place to live on campus is 'the Lawn.' which comprises 54 single rooms , allocated to final year students. The University of Virginia is one of the most highly-rated colleges in the United States and has a heritage of history and academic excellence.
撰写日期:2021年10月9日
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mlorahga
乔治亚奥古斯塔1,493 条分享
2020年11月
Had a wonderful time touring the campus with a relative and alums. The central mall is surrounded with history and I enjoyed the main rotunda, although we were not able to go inside because of Covid restrictions. I enjoyed the serpentine walls for their Architecture and Engineering. I will definitely go back to see the inside. One of the newest and nicest attractions was the African American memorial on the grounds. Definitely worth seeing.
撰写日期:2021年10月6日
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Tulip76
佛罗里达代托纳比奇159 条分享
2021年8月
I visited the Rotunda area and the Memorial to the slaves held by the university and the professors. I enjoyed the history of the Rotunda and the story about the frat boys that put a cow on the roof.
撰写日期:2021年8月30日
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blairkk25
新泽西2,897 条分享
2021年7月
I visited the University of Virginia campus twice in July 2021 with a focus on the Lawn and the buildings on the Lawn such as the Rotunda. On the way to the University of Virginia after exiting the highway (Route 29), I stopped at the University of Virginia Information Center where I obtained a free map and guide to the University. In addition to a detailed map, it has descriptions of the buildings on the Lawn. It is a bit difficult to get oriented and easy to get lost and also to find parking. I ended up near the University of Virginia Stadium and parked near the Chemistry Department and Engineering Department. It was after 5 pm so parking was permitted and free. After walking around 15 minutes on McCormick Street, I found the Lawn and it took my breath away. The Rotunda, the colonnades, the various buildings. Everything related to Thomas Jefferson. The next day and on my way to Monticello early in the morning, I decided to return. It was 7:30 am. This time I was better oriented. On University Avenue and near the Episcopal Church, there were a limited number of free parking places where you can park for two hours. From here you can see the front side of the Rotunda and the Thomas Jefferson Statue. Again, the architecture took my breath away. I walked on to the Lawn again to take some photos. I definitely recommend visiting the University of Virginia and the Lawn in combination with a visit to Monticello.
撰写日期:2021年7月16日
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jmbc04
纽约州Hudson River Valley337 条分享
2021年6月
Did a self-guided tour through campus to compliment our trip to Monticello. So intriguing to learn that Thomas Jefferson was a self-taught architect. Also can see the room Edgar Allen Poe lived in during his one and only year as a UVA student. Near the campus is The Corner, which has lots of restaurants and some shops. Lots of history at this beautiful campus. Recommend parking in the bookstore parking lot referred to as Central Grounds; you have to pay in advance and estimate how long you think you will be parked. From there you can walk and see the Chapel, the Rotunda, the Academical Village, and then cross the street to "The Corner".
撰写日期:2021年6月20日
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Jeffry b
澳大利亚埃森登10,701 条分享
2021年4月
The University of Virginia was chartered in 1819; the first classes were held in 1825. Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, is regarded as the founder of the university. While in theory a State university, it is now effectively a private institution. It remains one of the South's most prestigeous institutions of higher learning. The Quad is refered to as "The Lawn." It is the centrepiece of the University; it is regarded as Jefferson's gift to posterity.
撰写日期:2021年6月20日
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carribeandreams
哥伦比亚特区华盛顿特区116 条分享
2021年6月
This is an absolute gem. The campus is open, green and full of classic architecture. Worth the drive down from DC if you enjoy classic designs and/or history.
撰写日期:2021年6月19日
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