You can almost hear the rustle of papyrus and the rush of the Nile (or is it the nearby James River?) when you look at the Egyptian Building, now part of the campus of the Medical College of Virginia. Considered one of the finest examples of Egyptian Revival architecture in the United States, this landmark is a feast for the eyes. The Egyptian Building was completed in 1845 and is one of the most unusual looking sites in the city.
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