Monticello or Little Mountain in Italian is the personal estate of the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson. It is a 5000-acre plantation estate and has the distinction of being the only historic house in the United States to be on the list of the United Nations' World Heritage.
This historic and cultural landmark is situated on the outskirts of Charlottesville, Virginia, United States. It stands on the peak of a 260 meter-high mountain peak of the Southwest Mountains, south of the Rivanna Gap. It was honored by the US Post Office in 1956 by releasing a postage stamp. Later, the US government also declared it a National Historic Landmark ...
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