capital of Virginia


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capital of the state of Virginia located in the east central part of the state

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Admissions included are for Colonial Williamsburg, a town that once was the political, social and cultural capital of Virginia and which has been restored to its 18th century splendor; Busch Gardens Williamsburg, an amusement park that this summer will introduce the world's tallest and fastest inverted roller coaster, Alpengeist; Jamestown Settlement, site of America's first permanent English colony and setting for the Pocahontas story; Water Country USA, a surf-themed park of water rides; and Yorktown Victory Center, site of a major Revolutionary War battle, where visitors can now tour a Continental Army encampment.
Finch, the managing editor of the Leader, as it was known in the history-steeped capital of Virginia, had seen or heard about all the farewell headlines: "So Long
Narrator A: When Washington returns to Williamsburg, the colonial capital of Virginia, he writes a report of his journey.
The proceeds of the securities offering will be used for general corporate purposes, including contribution to the capital of Virginia Commerce Bank.
Narrator A: It is October 22, 1753, in Williamsburg, the capital of Virginia.
Richmond is the capital of Virginia (the commonwealth), and the commonwealth is the city's largest employer.
Richmond is the capital of Virginia (the state), and the commonwealth is the city's largest employer.
Richmond is the capital of Virginia, and the commonwealth is the city's largest employer.
Colonial Williamsburg is the nation's largest outdoor living history museum with its 301-acre Historic Area, the restored 18th-century capital of Virginia.
Richmond is the capital of Virginia, and the commonwealth is the largest employer, with the majority of the 41,500 employees in the metropolitan statistical area located in the city, including those at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and the Medical College of Virginia.
The 173-acre Historic Area, the restored 18th-century capital of Virginia, offers more than 500 reconstructed buildings for guests to enjoy.
Richmond is the capital of Virginia and the commonwealth is the largest employer in the city, with 41,500 employees, including those at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and the Medical College of Virginia.