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Western District of Virginia

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The C. Bascom Slemp Federal Courthouse in Big Stone Gap, Virginia.  Built in 1912.   The Historic Barter Theater in Abingdon, Virginia.  The state theater of Virginia.  Opened in 1933.   1900's State Street in Bristol, the Birthplace of Country Music.  The left side is in Virginia, the right is in Tennessee.
         
   
View of the mountains from the Blue Ridge Parkway near Roanoke, Virginia.   Crabtree Falls located near Steeles Tavern, Virginia on the Blue Ridge Parkway.   View of Massanutten Mountain as the sun sets in winter.  Located near Harrisonburg, Virginia.
         

 

 

Luray Caverns located near Virginia's historic Skyline Drive of the Blue Ridge Parkway.   The Mill Mountain Star overlooks downtown Roanoke, the Star City of the South.   Montpelier, home of President James Madison and his wife Dolly located in Orange, Virginia.
         

 

 

Monticello, home of President Thomas Jefferson located near Charlottesville, Virginia.   Flag Rock located on High Knob in Wise County overlooks the City of Norton, Virginia   The birthplace of President Woodrow Wilson located in the Shenandoah Valley in Staunton.
         

 

 

Natural Bridge, Virginia located near Lexington.   Natural Bridge in Springtime.  One of Americas great natural wonders.   Natural Tunnel located near Duffield, Virginia in Scott Co.
         

 

 

The Martha Washington Inn in Abingdon, Virginia.  Built in 1832 by General Francis Preston.   Scenic view from the Benge's Gap overlook near Norton, Virginia of the beautiful Powell Valley.   Scenic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains from Skyline Drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
         

 

 

The Shot Tower located in Wythe County, Virginia.  Built in 1807 by Thomas Jackson, provided ammunition for the Civil War.

  Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia's second largest lake, offers 500 miles of shore line surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains.   Little Stony Falls located in the Jefferson National Forest near Dungannon, Virginia.
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