University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA
The development of this university’s campus was led by Thomas Jefferson in the early 19th century.
Given this, it is not surprising that it is considered to be an architectural masterpiece.
Hundreds of tourists visit the campus every year to marvel at the architecture and especially at the iconic Rotunda, which was inspired by the ancient Pantheon in Rome and is currently a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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