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Carlyle House Historic Park

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Alexandria, VA 22314
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this is one of the most romantic place to take your significant other. they old specail events and the art work here are extremelyh breathe taking because of how historic everyth...

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Carlyle's crib 8/6/2005

this is one of the most romantic place to take your significant other. they old specail events and the art work here are extremelyh breathe taking because of how historic everything is. this is a great place to start a business around here due to the it being so close in old town alexandria , va more

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Unique wedding site in Alexandria 6/25/2005

The Carlyle House Historic Park, in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, is a stately setting for weddings and other special events. Events take place on the tented Magnolia Terrace overlooking the lovely gardens and 18th-century style summerhouse. The mansion is open for tours during your function. The Carlyle House is available for late afternoon and evening rentals April 1 through October 31. Maximum capacity is 100 people. more

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Visit the home of a patriot and founder of Alexandria 6/24/2005

This 1753 home was built by John Carlyle, a Scottish merchant and entreprenurial risk-taker who made great contributions to what would become the United States. He persevered through many difficulties and personal tragedies, including the deaths of two wives in childbirth and the deaths of seven of his 11 children. His commitment to public service -- as a trusteee of the city of Alexandria, as a just of the peace, and as a member of the militia -- have had a lasting impact on generations of Americans. The Carlyle House was the center of social and political life in Alexandria in the mid-1700's. It became a foothold in history when British General Edward Braddock made the mansion his headquarters in 1755 and held a summit of colonial governors to plan the early campaigns of the French and Indian War. For hours of operation, go to: http://www.nvrpa.org/carlyle.html more
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