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Richmond, Virginia was among the first - and the largest - of the 13 colonies, and was the place where Patrick Henry's cry of "Give me liberty or give me death" was heard just before the Revolutionary War. In 1861, the city would become the capitol of the Confederacy during the Civil War, when a number of states seceded from the United States.

Building on its embattled past, the city of Richmond today is a thriving, mid-sized metropolis of close to 200,000 people. The city is culturally rich and diverse and is considered to be among the best areas in the country to live.

Richmond's economy is driven by government, manufacturing, retail and service industries. There are also several high profile legal companies here, as well as a number of Fortune 500 companies headquartered in Richmond, including the popular electronics chain Circuit City and tobacco giant Phillip Morris USA - quite appropriate given that tobacco was first discovered being grown by Native Americans here.

Richmond's City Hall is located at City Hall, 900 East Broad St. For general information, citizens may call (804) 646-7000. Richmond is also the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and many state agencies are located here as well.

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Where to Go in Richmond

Richmond's place of prominence in the nation's colorful past makes it a haven for history buffs. Rife with historic sites and landmarks that include National Battlefield Park and Pamplin Historical Park and The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, Richmond is a goldmine of information on the historic battles that were fought here.

But Richmond is more than battles and guns: it's a city with a full range of performing arts companies. Experience a live performance by the Richmond Ballet or the Richmond Symphony, or catch a performance of the Virginia Opera at the Landmark Theater.

Cruise the James River, play in any number of parks including the beautiful Belle Isle State Park where you can enjoy a picnic, go canoeing and soak up the sun in a green, natural setting.

Things to Do in Richmond

Richmond has more than a few happening nightspots, including the Richbrau Brewing Company in the Shockhoe Slip historic district, where you can dine, dance and down a few distinctive microbrews.

Alley Katz in Downtown Richmond is another great nightspot and live music venue where contemporary musicians like John Mayer and Jason Mraz have played.

Whether you try a new cuisine, find a new hangout or take up a new hobby, Richmond's varied neighborhoods and rich mix of cultures make it easy to find new things to do and places to go.

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