Mr. Jefferson's Rotunda

Thomas Jefferson's University of Virginia buildings

were chosen "far and away in first place" by the

American Institute of Architects as "the

proudest achievements in American Architecture".

The dominant building at

the University is the

Rotunda, after which

all of the State capitols in the

country, except four, are patterned.

This is the story of this

"temple of learning", its design,

construction, the 1895 fire, the

restorations, and the enduring

vision of its creator.

American Film Festival Honorable Mention

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