Lexington is the second largest city in Kentucky, located in the Bluegrass Region. Known as the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington has traditionally been dominated by the horse industry and is also heavily influenced by the University of Kentucky, the state's flagship university and the largest employer in the city. The horse industry has greatly influenced Lexington's culture and scenic beauty; the University of Kentucky and Transylvania University contribute to a college town atmosphere with a richer and more diverse culture than some might expect from its size and location. Lexington's compact central downtown district is surrounded by historic neighborhoods. Lexington is in the heart of the Bluegrass region of Kentucky and is still home to hundreds of horse farms.
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Merged city-county in Kentucky, United States
University of Kentucky
Public research university in Lexington, KY, USA
Stadium at the University of Kentucky
University of Kentucky Arboretum
Nannine Clay Wallis Arboretum
Memorial Coliseum (University of Kentucky)
Indoor arena at the University of Kentucky
Ashland (Henry Clay estate)
United States historic place
Bluegrass Community and Technical College
Public community college in Lexington, KY
Memorial Hall (University of Kentucky)
Landmark building on the University of Kentucky campus
William T. Young Library
Central library at the University of Kentucky
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