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Entrance Hall, Monticello

Anthropology and Egalitarianism: Ethnographic Encounters from Monticello to Guinea-Bissau

The Foyer At Monticello ~ Charlottesville ~  Virginia ~ President Thomas Jefferson's Home

Foyer and staircase, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, National Historic Landmark, Charlottesville, Virginia

00ff0ff744bdada2ca0244b188491fd1 Thomas Jefferson (April 13, 1743 – July 4, 1826) was an American statesman, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. He later served as the third President of the United States from 1801 to 1809. Previously, he was elected the second Vice President of the United States, serving under John Adams from 1797 to 1801.

3rd US President Thomas Jefferson

20 Parlor « Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Its hard to tell in this shot, but the pictures hang from what looks like painted (black) conduit with a metal chain. love this idea for hanging pictures.

This is were Thomas Jefferson slept with a study on one side and a big secret closet above he spent a lot of time in his study because he loved to discover new things.

One of my favorite storage ideas. Jefferson's alcove bed in Monticello. The door on the right is the staircase to the closet above the bed, which has three oval windows for ventilation. The bed opens into his study ("cabinet") on the other side.

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

Take your trip with Glamulet charmsNo other home in the US more accurately reflects the personality of its owner than Monticello. Monticello is the autobiographical masterpiece of Thomas Jefferson.

Jeffersonian Architectural Details | ARCHITECTURE: Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, Virginia, USA

Without question one of the world's most agreeable houses. Entrance Hall South Side of Monticello Architectural Detail.

Life In Color: Monticello : Historic Trends for a Modern World

Monticello Tea Room--Jefferson and friends called this his “most honorable suite.

the thomas jefferson not sure which side of the bed to wake up on bed

The ultimate alcove bed, Thomas Jefferson's bed at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello bedroom. And above the bed is a closet.

The Smithsonian Castle in Washington D.C. ~beautiful!

The Smithsonian Castle in Washington D. Took a behind the scenes tour of castle and castle attic. We got to see Egyptian tombs not viewable by public and artifacts and mummy's only seen in National Geographic

James Madison's Montpelier in Charlottesville, VA, has more than 2,000 acres of rolling hills and manicured gardens

Initially considering a destination wedding on a beach in Florida, Laine and Rob found something special not too far from their home in Charlottesville, Virginia -- James Madison's Montpelier.

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