Monday, June 1, 2009

Monuments of Richmond, Virginia

Along with the generals there is room for memorials to a sailor and chart maker, and a tennis player.

Traffic streams past along Monument Avenue and most of the monuments are big enough to get a look at while stopped at a light, or driving by.

The memorials for Matthew Fontaine Maury and Arthur Ashe, however, are worth the effort to park, wait for the lights to cross into the wide grassy median, and have a closer look.

Read more from "A sailor and a tennis player on Monument Avenue Richmond, Virginia Part Three."

Living in a downtown Richmond condo has many advantages, in particular the opportunity to enjoy the city's rich, diverse history. If you are looking for a one or two-bedroom loft or apartment to rent in the area, consider the proximity to great shops and points of historical interest you can enjoy on a daily basis.

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