University of Virginia Rotunda Photos

The University of Virginia in Charlottesville was designed by Thomas Jefferson after he left the office of US President. His most famous building on the campus is The Rotunda (c1817) which was modeled after the Pantheon in Rome & was originally the university library.

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The Rotunda on University of Virginia campus with a monument dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, US President & the actual architect of the building & campus. Charlottesville, VA.The Rotunda of University of Virginia was modelled after the Pantheon in Rome & was originally the university library. Charlottesville, VA.

The Rotunda (c1817) on University of Virginia campus with a monument dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, US President & the actual architect of the building & campus. Charlottesville, VA. Architect: Thomas Jefferson. On National Register.The Rotunda of University of Virginia was modelled after the Pantheon in Rome & was originally the university library. Charlottesville, VA.


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