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Louisville Free Public Library dates back to 1906, it was founded owing to the generous donations of Andrew Carnegie. The library building has featured in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Check website for details.
The Ronald–Brennan House is a historic townhouse located in downtown, Louisville. This architectural marvel has three stories and has six bedrooms and outside there is a veranda and a small garden. The house still has maintained the original furniture and fittings it used to have. The hallways are decorated with paintings and there is a separate office which has been preserved in its original 20th century style.
One of the most prominent roadways in Louisville that stretches from the Shawnee Park on the west right up till Cave Hill Cemetery on the East. From Chickasaw to the Highlands, you are bound to find the best restaurants and stores in the vicinity.
The University of Louisville was founded in 1798 and currently has a student population of about 22,000. It is famous for having excellent athletics programs, including basketball, football, and baseball.