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The Virginia Peninsula is a region in Eastern Virginia, surrounded by the York River, the James River, Hampton Roads and Chesapeake Bay. It makes up the northern part of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area.

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Map of Virginia Peninsula

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  • 4 Colonial Williamsburg. Colonial Williamsburg (Q841700) on Wikidata Colonial Williamsburg on Wikipedia
  • 5 Busch Gardens Williamsburg — the amusement park, among the most beautiful in the country
  • 6 Yorktown. Famous as the site of the siege and subsequent surrender of General Charles Cornwallis, which ended the American Revolutionary War on October 19, 1781. Yorktown (Q938699) on Wikidata Yorktown, Virginia on Wikipedia
  • 7 Jamestown Settlement. A living history museum. Jamestown Settlement (Q12346147) on Wikidata Jamestown Settlement on Wikipedia

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From Plymouth to Hampton Roads is a historical route from New England to the Virginia Peninsula.

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