Among all the buildings in Historic Richmond, VCU's Egyptian Building
is certainly one of the most fascinating. This Replica of an Egyptian temple is tucked away between Broad St. and the VCU/MCV Colleges of Virginia.
The building was erected in 1845 as the home for Hampden-Sydney College’s Medical school, the first in the south. It is currently part of the campus of the Medical College of Virginia (a branch of Virginia Commonwealth University) and is the emblem of the campus.
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