Old Louisville preserves late 1800s architecture


The Victorian Age really never ended in Old Louisville — at least not when it comes to its amazing architecture. While most American cities demolished many Gilded Age mansions in the name of “urban renewal” in the 1960s, Louisville managed to put a stop to the wrecking ball before a lot of these grand old homes were destroyed.Today, Old Louisville stretches 48 square blocks with nearly 1,400 structures that were mainly built from 1880 to 1905, and it is the largest […]  » Read More

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