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Jefferson, a true Renaissance man, was not only a statesman but an accomplished architect. His graceful plantation, Monticello, was the product of one of his designs. Today, people may know it best as the building on the reverse side of the nickel. Not only is Monticello a historical landmark but it also is a glimpse into the enigmatic life of the third U.S. president.