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Boulevard Historic District
Visitors to the Capital city of Richmond looking to reconnect with the past, have plenty of places to visit. The Boulevard Historic District encompasses 61 acres of land west of downtown Richmond, near the James River.
The Boulevard is in between the Fan District and the Museum District. Boulevard Bridge, located at the south end of the district, was built in 1925. The bridge was nicknamed "Nickel Bridge" for many years, due to the five cents toll that was collected from passengers using the bridge to cross the James River.
Make your way to the district to watch the Richmond Flying Squirrels, Minor League Baseball team, play in the Diamond baseball stadium. Also, be sure to capture a picture of the Stonewall Jackson statue located at the corner of Boulevard and Monument Avenue.
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