Adding people always makes for better photographs
Hollywood in Richmond has one of the most beautiful settings of any American cemetery, overlooking the James River near the site where the first settlers from Jamestown planted a flag in the 17th century, and taking its name from the holly trees around it.
The quiet heart of a civil war
In Virginia, the roadsides are littered with signs pointing to Civil War sites, while large cast iron signs memorialize events such as “Where Pelham Fell” or “Lee’s Narrow Escape”.
Peaceful home of the Civil War
Hello Virginia, the state with the most battlefields of the American Civil War, including its first major conflict and Appomattox Court House where Lee surrendered his Confederate Army. Six National Parks preserve the memory of those who fought and died on soil also steeped in the history of England’s first colony in America, named for Queen Elizabeth I.