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Richmond City Info:
Richmond is the capital in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Served by the Richmond International Airport located in nearby Sandston, it is seven miles southeast of Richmond.
Between 1963 and 1965, there was a huge, “downtown boom,” that led to the construction of more than 700 buildings in the city.
Recent renovations included the rebuilt James R
iver and Kanawha Canal and Haxall Canal, now designed as a Canal Walk. The riverfront project has brought this 1.25-mile corridor back to life, with trendy loft apartments, restaurants, shops and hotels winding along the Canal Walk, along with canal boat cruises and walking tours. The National Park Service’s Richmond Civil War Visitor Center, in the Tredegar Iron Works, hosts three floors of exhibits and artifacts, films, a bookstore, picnic areas and more.
Downtown has always been a hub, with the Great Turning Basin for boats, the world’s only triple crossing of rail lines, and the intersection of two major interstates.
Other areas of the economy that have developed recently in the city include pharmaceuticals, insurance, advertising, biotechnology, education, tour
ism health services, or semi-conductors. In 2006, Forbes also named Richmond as the sixth best city in which to find employment among the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the nation.
The Region also boasts more than 400 years of history including the second successful English settlement, the site of Patrick Henry’s famous “Give me liberty or give me death” speech and the former White House of the Confederacy.
Helpful links if you’re moving to Richmond
Preschool programs, Kindergarten, K-12 Programs of Study, Career and Technical Education as well as adult education. Visit this site
Several parks are located along the James River, and the James River Parks System bike trails, hiking and nature trails, and many scenic overlooks along the river’s route through the city. The mountain bike trail system in James River and Forest Hill parks is considered by professional riders to be one of the best urban trail systems in the country. Belle Isle hosts many bike trails as well as a small cliff that is used for rock climbing instruction. Auto racing is also very popular in the area, and the Richmond International Raceway also hosts two annual NASCAR Nextel Cup races. Visit this site
Arts & Culture
Richmond hosts the National Folk Festival in 2005, 2006, and 2007. The city is also home to many monuments, most notably several along Monument Avenue in the fan district. Other monuments include the A.P. Hill monument, the Bill “Bojangles” Robinson monument, the Christopher Columbus monument, and the Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument. The Virginia War Memorial is also located on Belvedere near the riverfront, and is a monument to Virginians who died in battle in World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Iraq War. Visit this site
The city is home to several annual cultural events. As the capital of the commonwealth of Virginia, the state fair is held at the end of September at the state fairgrounds, located just outside of the city near the Richmond International Raceway. In November, the Suntrust Richmond Marathon and 8K Race is held downtown, and the James River Writers Festival also takes place. During the month of December, the Grand Illumination takes place, in which the buildings of the downtown area light up for the Christmas holiday season. virginia.org
The Byrd Theatre in Carytown is a classical movie theater from the 1920s era that still features movies on a regular basis, and has become popular among the college student population. Whether you are into festivals, comedy shows, ‘mystery’ dinners or a musical show, this site will bring it all to life. Visit this site
Lodging accommodations for the luxurious Berkeley Hotel, the pet-friendly Commonwealth Park Suites Hotel, the moderately priced Crowne Plaza or Jefferson Hotel. Visit this site
Restaurants & Dining
Sit back and relax in a comfortable atmosphere and authentic decor. Visit any one of the following restaurants and savour Farouk’s House of Indian cuisine, Konsta’s Greek Restaurant and Lounge, Nacho Mamas Mexican food, George’s Steak House or a delicious seafood platter at the Blue Marlin. Visit this site
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