Monticello's breathtaking but useless Dome Room, with its eerie echoes and lack of heat. Thomas Jefferson Foundation

Monticello's breathtaking but useless Dome Room, with its eerie echoes and lack of heat. Thomas Jefferson Foundation

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Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants Spring Open House | Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
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Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1772 Jeffersonian. Thomas Jefferson's primary residence and plantation
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Jefferson: the Scientist and Gardener « Info on Thomas Jefferson's vegetable and flowers gardens at Monticello

Jefferson: the Scientist and Gardener « Info on Thomas Jefferson's vegetable and flowers gardens at Monticello

No other home in the US more accurately reflects the personality of its owner than Monticello. Monticello is the autobiographical masterpiece of Thomas Jefferson.

No other home in the US more accurately reflects the personality of its owner than Monticello. Monticello is the autobiographical masterpiece of Thomas Jefferson.

Thomas Jefferson's Monticello - Photo Credit:  Virginia Tourism Corporation (virginia.org) - Photo Credit:  Virginia Tourism Corporation (virginia.org)

Thomas Jefferson's Monticello - Photo Credit: Virginia Tourism Corporation (virginia.org) - Photo Credit: Virginia Tourism Corporation (virginia.org)

Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello, VA: It was a fun and enlightening visit - learned so much about the man and more about the idea of government and country that became our country. (photo Jefferson's Cabinet (office) )

Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello, VA: It was a fun and enlightening visit - learned so much about the man and more about the idea of government and country that became our country. (photo Jefferson's Cabinet (office) )

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Jefferson's bedroom at Monticello, Charlottesville, VA.  Thomas Jefferson designed alcove beds for the rooms at Monticello after returning from France where he admired French alcove beds for their space-saving qualities. In this photo, above, the alcove bed in Jefferson's bedroom is open on both sides for easy access to his library, viewed beyond the bed.

Jefferson's bedroom at Monticello, Charlottesville, VA. Thomas Jefferson designed alcove beds for the rooms at Monticello after returning from France where he admired French alcove beds for their space-saving qualities. In this photo, above, the alcove bed in Jefferson's bedroom is open on both sides for easy access to his library, viewed beyond the bed.

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