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the primary plantation of Thomas Jefferson
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Instance of plantation
Part of Monticello and the University of Virginia in Charlottesville
LocationAlbemarle County, Virginia
Architectural style
Owned by
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Thomas Jefferson Foundation (1923–)
  • Uriah P. Levy (1834–1862)
  • Jefferson Monroe Levy (1879–1923)
Has part
  • South Pavilion
Heritage designation
Visitors per year
  • 430,000
  • 20,091 (1924)
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38° 00′ 32″ N, 78° 27′ 12″ W

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English: Media related to Monticello, the home of the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, outside Charlottesville, Virginia.

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