Since it is so cold and snowy outside, I was just looking back on some of the pictures I took in downtown Lexington, Kentucky this past fall. I love this picture taken in Gratz Park near the Transylvania University campus. Gratz Park is my favorite downtown park and it is located between Second and Third streets in Lexington, Kentucky.Â This picture is a nice flashback of warmer times here in Lexington and is a good reminder that winter will soon be over and we will soon be able to get out and enjoy the Lexington area. The beautiful fall foliage is highlighted by this statue in Gratz Park. In the background, on the right you will see the Kincaid Towers building, a 22- story office building that serves as the home of Central Bank and Trust Company and WLVK radio, just to name a few. On the left side of the picture, check out the Big Blue Building as it is commonly called. This building is known as the Lexington Financial Center. It houses Fifth Third Bank and other financial institutions.
Just remember the worst of the winter is already behind us (fingers crossed) and we are just weeks away from spring. When the weather warms up, make it a point to get out, get downtown, get local and explore our community. Lexington has a great deal of history, historic sites, pretty views, nice parks, great shopping and dinning and thriving arts. Put on your walking shoes and get moving! You just might like what you find downtown Lexington!
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