Richmond, VA - My hometown

I am so proud of my hometown! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
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St. John's Church. Richmond, Virginia. Patrick Henry's famous "Give me Liberty or Give me Death" speech was delivered on 23 March 1775 inside the church.

St. John's Church. Richmond, Virginia. Patrick Henry's famous "Give me Liberty or Give me Death" speech was delivered on 23 March 1775 inside the church.

I really don't know of a more beautiful building downtown. Found this on the "everything" section. #rva!

I really don't know of a more beautiful building downtown. Found this on the "everything" section. #rva!

Maymont Japanese Garden in Richmond, Virginia. One of several gardens in Maymont Park.

Maymont Japanese Garden in Richmond, Virginia. One of several gardens in Maymont Park.

RVA <3

Richmond, Virginia, Typography Art Canvas/ Bus/Transit/Subway Roll Art 20X24-Richmond's Attractions Wall Art Decoration-LHA-280

50 Best Things to Eat in Richmond, Virginia Before You Die

50 Best Things to Eat in Richmond, Virginia

Bill's Barbecue.....Richmond, Virginia   Long live Bills. From your friends and old customers at Revolve. www.revolve-cd.com

Bill's Barbecue.....Richmond, Virginia Long live Bills. From your friends and old customers at Revolve. www.revolve-cd.com

Did you know these RVA Breweries are dog friendly? Strangeways Brewing, Ardent Craft Ales, Hardywood, Triple Crossing Brewery, Midnight Brewery and Center of the Universe all allow dogs on some part of the property.

Did you know these RVA Breweries are dog friendly? Strangeways Brewing, Ardent Craft Ales, Hardywood, Triple Crossing Brewery, Midnight Brewery and Center of the Universe all allow dogs on some part of the property.

The Carpenter Theater (also spelled Theatre) for the Performing Arts, also known as Richmond CenterStage, is located at 600 E. Grace Street in downtown Richmond, Virginia. It was originally designed by John Eberson for the Loew's Theater Corporation. Construction of the building began in 1927 and its doors were opened in 1928.

The Carpenter Theater (also spelled Theatre) for the Performing Arts, also known as Richmond CenterStage, is located at 600 E. Grace Street in downtown Richmond, Virginia. It was originally designed by John Eberson for the Loew's Theater Corporation. Construction of the building began in 1927 and its doors were opened in 1928.

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