RICHMOND, Va. (WSET) -- Each May, Preservation Virginia releases a list of historic places across the state that face imminent or sustained threats to their integrity to encourage individual citizens, organizations, and local and state governments to continue advocating for these places’ protection and preservation.
A sacred Monacan Indian Nation site in Fluvanna County, a historic church more than a century old in Danville are among Virginia’s Most Endangered Historic Places for 2020 unveiled Tuesday, May 19 by Preservation Virginia.
Virginia’s Most Endangered Historic Places list for 2020 includes, in no particular order:
“We understand we are living through quickly evolving times during this pandemic. Life has changed, and our mission to protect and reuse historic places has become more challenging,” said Preservation Virginia CEO Elizabeth S. Kostelny. “While we continue to see historic places of all types remaining resilient across the state, our list highlights longstanding issues that need to be addressed and cannot be forgotten during times of crisis.”