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Louisville Skyline Panoramic Picture, Kentucky

Louisville Skyline Panoramic Picture, Kentucky

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This aerial panoramic photograph of Louisville was taken from a helicopter by James Blakeway. It features downtown Louisville and the many bridges that span the Ohio River, which separates Indiana and Kentucky. The tall dark building is the National City Tower. The tall building with the domed roof is the 35-story Aegon Center. The twin red-roofed buildings is the Galt House. The bridges crossing the Ohio River are the Kennedy Bridge and the George Rogers Clark Bridge which is often referred to as the Second Street Bridge. The closest bridge is a no longer used railroad bridge. Louisville is most famous for being the home of the Kentucky Derby.
Louisville Skyline Panorama, Kentucky Picture

Louisville Skyline Panorama, Kentucky Picture

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This panorama of downtown Louisville at twilight, taken by Rich Hoyer, features the lights of the city reflecting on the Ohio River. The bridge spanning the river is the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge, completed in 1929. To the right of the bridge is the new 22,000-seat KFC Yum! Center, which was completed in 2010. The twin red-roofed buildings are Waterfront Plaza and to their right is Aegon Center, the tall building with the domed roof. Continuing to the right are the tall National City Tower and the Humana Building. Louisville was named for King Louis XVI of France in appreciation for his assistance during the revolutionary war. This scenic city was founded by George Rogers Clark in 1778.
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Louisville, KY Skyline Pictures

With a total population of nearly 1.5 million residents, Louisville skyline pictures show the largest city in the U.S. state of Kentucky and the city most famous for the Kentucky Derby and thoroughbred horse racing.

Many of the most impressive buildings and landmarks in Louisville skyline photos are situated on the Ohio River, often focusing around the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge which was completed in 1929. Named after the city's founder from the late 1700s, Louisville received its name from King Louis XVI of France, and is one of the oldest U.S. cities west of the Appalachians.

A major center for sporting events in Louisville skyline pictures is the KFC Yum! Center, a 22,000 seat stadium home to the Louisville Cardinals men's and women's basketball teams, and other NCAA events. Other iconic skyscrapers in Louisville city skyline panoramas include the Humana Building, the National City Tower, Waterfront Plaza with its twin red roof towers, and Aegon Center. As the tallest building in Kentucky, the Aegon Center has a unique domed roof and is constructed of reinforced concrete, which is unusual for skyscrapers of its height.

Situated on the banks of the Ohio River, Louisville photos show a diverse city located on the border between Indiana and Kentucky. Many bridges can be seen spanning the Ohio River in Louisville panoramic pictures, including the Second Street Bridge, Kennedy Bridge, and many railroad bridges.

The most well-known tourist attraction to the city however is its part in the Kentucky Derby and a focal point for many conventions and shows related to horse racing and thoroughbred breeding. Whatever your reason for visiting Louisville, Kentucky, there are elements in any Louisville skyline pictures that should capture your interest.

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