Virginia Statehouse Area Photos

The Virginia State Capitol is on a campus ringed by various attractive government buildings.

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Virginia Governor's Executive Mansion. Richmond, VA.Virginia Governor's Mansion where three Presidents have lived: Monroe, Tyler, William Henry Harrison. Richmond, VA.Living room in Governor's Mansion. Richmond, VA.Morson Row now Virginia state offices. Richmond, VA.
Virginia Governor's Executive Mansion (1813). Richmond, VA. Architect: Alexander Parris. On National Register.Virginia Governor's Mansion where three Presidents have lived: Monroe, Tyler, William Henry Harrison. Richmond, VA.Living room in Governor's Mansion. Richmond, VA.Morson Row (1853) (219-223 Governor St.) now Virginia state offices. Richmond, VA. Style: Italianate. Architect: Alfred Lybrock. On National Register.
Morson Row last houses flanking State Capitol. Richmond, VA.Finance Building beside State Capitol. Richmond, VA.Washington State Office Building. Richmond, VA.Skyline of Richmond over United States Court of Appeals with Bank of America, Wachovia & SunTrust Buildings. Richmond, VA.
Morson Row (1853) last houses flanking State Capitol. Richmond, VA.Finance Building (1895) (extended as Oliver Hill Building) beside State Capitol. Richmond, VA.Washington State Office Building (1922) (13 floors) (1100 Bank St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Carneal & Johnston.Skyline of Richmond over United States Court of Appeals with Bank of America, Wachovia & SunTrust Buildings. Richmond, VA.
United States Court of Appeals with sections from1858 by Ammi B. Young & additions of 1889 , 1912 & 1932. During the Civil War the building held offices of Jefferson Davis. Richmond, VA.SunTrust Plaza. Richmond, VA.Ninth Street Office Building. Richmond, VA.Facade of Ninth Street Office Building. Richmond, VA.
United States Court of Appeals (Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Courthouse) with sections from1858 by Ammi B. Young & additions of 1889 , 1912 & 1932. During the Civil War the building held offices of Jefferson Davis. Richmond, VA. Style: Italianate. On National Register.SunTrust Plaza (1983) (26 floors) (919 E. Main St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: FABRAP.Ninth Street Office Building (1904) (former Hotel Richmond) (12 floors) (200-210 N. 9th St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Carèrre & Hastings. On National Register.Facade of Ninth Street Office Building (1904) (former Hotel Richmond). Richmond, VA.
St. Peter Catholic Church. Richmond, VA.Spottswood W. Robinson III & Robert R. Merhige, Jr. United States Courthouse. Richmond, VA.General Assembly Building facade which faces Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.General Assembly Building complex with two additions. Richmond, VA.
St. Peter Catholic Church (1834 & 55) (8th & Grace). Richmond, VA. Style: Greek Revival. On National Register.Spottswood W. Robinson III & Robert R. Merhige, Jr. United States Courthouse (2008) (701 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP.General Assembly Building facade which faces Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.General Assembly Building complex with two additions. Richmond, VA.
Patrick Henry Building. Richmond, VA.Patrick Henry Building. Richmond, VA.Richmond Old City Hall. Richmond, VA.
Patrick Henry Building (old Supreme Court of Appeals facade) (1938-40) (1111 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Baskervill & Son + Cameal, Johnson & Wright.Patrick Henry Building (old Virginia State Library facade) (1938-40) (1111 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA.Richmond Old City Hall (1894) (1001 E. Broad St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Victorian Gothic. Architect: Elijah E. Myers. On National Register.

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