Triangle Park, Lexington Kentucky

Located in downtown Lexington Kentucky and adjacent to Rupp Arena and Victorian Square, the fountain was designed by landscape architect Robert Zion. The park features paved walkways and park benches and is lit at night. Triangle Park and its dramatic fountains are among downtown Lexington’s most beautiful sights. Originally installed in 1982 and just updated in the fall of 2011. A must see when traveling to Lexington Kentucky.

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Uploaded: 14/05/2012
Updated: 22/08/2014


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