Virginia University of Lynchburg

Virginia University of Lynchburg is a private, historically black Christian university in . The university currently offers instruction and degrees, primarily in religious studies, including a Doctorate of Ministry program.

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The , in , United States was, from 1903 to 1975, the home of Anne Spencer, a poet of the Harlem Renaissance. is situated 3100 feet north of Virginia University of Lynchburg. Photo: Pubdog, Public domain.

Bank of the James Stadium, located in , was originally constructed in 1939 to be used as a complex for professional baseball teams. is situated 3800 feet west of Virginia University of Lynchburg. Photo: Smartyllama, CC BY-SA 4.0.

The is a historic building located in Miller Park at . is situated 3900 feet northwest of Virginia University of Lynchburg. Photo: Pubdog, Public domain.

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