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Houses and Riverfront of the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth, Virginia during dawn with magenta, purple, and pink clouds. Portsmouth, VA is part of the Virginia Beach / Hampton Roads metropolitan area.
Hampton is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. It is one of the seven major cities that compose the Hampton Roads metropolitan area
Newport News office buildings with multiple fountains and a lake. Newport News is part of the Hampton Roads / Virginia Beach area.
A marina full of boats greets the evening.
Map of Virginia State.
Newport News, United States - November 13, 2015: “Love NN” sign (“Love Newport News”) in Newport News’ City Center, with office buildings and a small lake with fountains in the background. Newport News is part of the Hampton Roads / Virginia Beach area.
Clock Tower at Chapel
Hampton is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States.
Virginia Beach Town Center skyline view from the south. Virginia Beach Town Center acts as Virginia Beach’s city center / downtown, with shops, restaurants, cinema, and offices. Virginia Beach is part of the Hampton Roads area.
A sunstar looks over a cannon at Fort Monroe, a historic public space in Hampton, Virginia.
Upper portion of the iconic lighthouse at Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Virginia. The only remaining relic of an amusement park which closed in 1985.
Hampton, Virginia - September 24, 2019 : Marker commemorating the First African Landing 400th anniversary in Fort Monroe, Virginia.
The public viewing pier at Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Virginia allows non-fisherman to enjoy the ocean view or relax in the gazebo.
Hampton, Virginia - July 9, 2017: A man uses a beach metal detector near the rock jetty at Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Virginia, with the public viewing pier and fishing pier in the background.
A small office building in downtown Hampton
A colorful sky at dusk along the beach at Fort Monroe in Hampton, Virginia.
Norfolk, Virginia/USA - May 2, 2015: View of downtown skyline as seen in the park adjacent to the Waterside entertainment venue.
wall of the fort
Hampton, Virginia - July 9, 2017: The Buckroe Beach fishing pier, located on the site of a former plantation. The area is now a popular tourist attraction for the beach, fishing and public park.
Fort Monroe sits on the Chesapeake Bay, and its fortifications once helped protect the bay from intruders.
Norfolk, Virginia/USA - May 2, 2015: A couple embraces in the rear of the Waterside attraction, an entertainment and dining venue built on the Elizabeth River.
A cargo ship heading into the Port of Virginia
A llama laying off to the far end of the pasture at Bluebird Gap Farm Park.
Hampton, Virginia - July 9, 2017: People on Buckroe Beach in the early morning near the viewing pier with gazebo. Originally a plantation in 1619, the area is now a public beach and park.
Flag of Virginia state, region of the United States
Frontal view of an Endicott-era, 3-inch, rapid-fire gun at Battery Irwin at Fort Monroe in Hampton, Virginia. Battery Irwin became obsolete when technology became more advanced.
Caged birds in a public park in Hampton, Virginia.
The top of the lighthouse at Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Virginia. Still functioning, it is the only remaining relic of a former miniature golf course at the amusement park which closed in 1985.
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA - JULY 9, 2017: Quarters #17, built in 1823, was home to future Confederate General Robert E. Lee, stationed at Fort Monroe from 1831-1834. Lee's first child was born here in 1832.
Hampton Virginia - April 17 2022: Aerial view of Fort Monroe as a container ship passes by in the Chesapeake Bay
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA - JULY 9, 2017: The Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe features the fort's military history, including the room where Jefferson Davis was imprisoned following the American Civil War.
Hampton, Virginia - July 9, 2017: Fortress walls at Fort Monroe surrounded by a moat. Construction began on Fort Monroe in 1819 as part of a coastal defense strategy developed by the U.S. Army.
Hampton, Virginia - July 9, 2017: Completed in 1836, Fort Monroe was originally designed to protect the Hampton Roads waterway from an enemy attack. It is the largest stone fort in America.
Hampton, Virginia - July 9, 2017: Fort Monroe, completed in 1836, became notable as an historic and symbolic site of early freedom for former slaves under the provisions of contraband policies.
A view of Hampton, Virginia taken from Norfolk, Virginia
Monument road up the fort
surrounded by moat
Hampton, Virginia: USA 5/23/2020: The historic Chamberlain former hotel now senior assisted living community sets on the historic base of Fort Monroe in Hampton, Virginia
lighthouse on Fort Monroe