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Restaurace s mořskými plody
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“Award winning soul food. Some of the best in the country. I reccomend the Fish and Shrimp Fry Meal.”
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Nákupní centrum
“Large shopping district where you can find everything you may need. Many chain restaurants, Walmart, Target and much more. ”
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Pivovar
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“Excellent thin crust pizzas from the open kitchen with large pizza oven. A dozen of their own beers”
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Obchodní dům
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“It's Wal-Mart, good prices and almost everything you need for family and home”
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Italská restaurace
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“Good atmosphere, solid Italian food, nice bar. Much like Petersburg, it's the Little Engine That Might...”
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Běžná zábava
“Located only a few minutes away! Swaders is a family-friendly sports park featuring Lasertag, Go-Karts, 2 – 18 Hole Miniature Golf Courses, Driving Range, 9 station Batting Cages, Playsmart Indoor KidZone, 70+ arcade games, Route 66 Bowling and several rooms for birthday parties and outings of all sizes. There is also a Corporate Center, with projections screens and internet, for team building exercises or group functions. After enjoying all of the fun, satisfy your taste buds with refreshments in the Dug Out where a variety of appetizing items will get you to the next round of adventures at Swaders.”
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Divadlo
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“Take a step up in entertainment and back in history at Swift Creek Mill Theatre. Known as the People’s Playhouse, the theatre is housed in the 350-year-old Swift Creek Mill, which is a local, state and national historic landmark. Offering optional Virginia-Style Buffet Dining before every Mainstage performance and exceptional live theatre, the Mill is sure to be one of your favorite stops in the Petersburg area. Civil War Trails marker for the Battle of Swift Creek is onsite and open to the public.”
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Restaurace
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Premise
“Old Brick House Conjurer's Field Archaeological Site The Conjurer’s Field Archaeological Site is located on the former plantation of Conjurer’s Neck along the Appomattox River. Archaeological excavations at the site have unearthed artifacts representative of the prehistoric Middle and Late Woodland periods. In 1620, a small group of colonists settled in the spot where the Swift Creek runs into the Appomattox River. The place came to be known as Conjurer’s Neck because a Native American priest or healer, which the English called a "conjurer," is thought to have lived there at one time. ”
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“Fort Clifton was a Confederate stronghold on the Appomattox River, serving as an important link in the line that defended Richmond and Petersburg in 1864 and 1865. Located on a high bluff at the junction of the Appomattox River and Swift Creek, the fort controlled navigation on the river north of Petersburg and was a formidable defensive bastion that wasn’t taken by Union forces until the fall of Petersburg on April 3, 1865. Each year The Fort Clifton Festival is held on Mother’s Day weekend. The festival includes arts, crafts, music, educational exhibits, re-enactors and children’s rides.”
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Premise
“Swift Creek Mill MillGrist Mill This building housed what is believed to be the oldest grist mill in America, dating back to Virginia’s early settlers. The 300 year old Mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a registered Virginia Historic Landmark. Renovated in 2013, the mill building is now ADA compliant, but still retains the charm that it has held for centuries.”
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Route
“ Fort Clifton was a Confederate stronghold on the Appomattox River, serving as an important link in the line that defended Richmond and Petersburg in 1864 and 1865. Located on a high bluff at the junction of the Appomattox River and Swift Creek, the fort controlled navigation on the river north of Petersburg and was a formidable defensive bastion that wasn't taken by Union forces until the fall of Petersburg on April 3, 1865. The three earthworks that comprised the fort's batteries still stand on the bluffs along the river. Artillerists and militiamen garrisoned the position in 1862, and the fortifications were completed early in 1864. A powder magazine, guardhouse and prison stockade, hosp”
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Warehouse Store
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