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Lexington-Fayette, KY Custom Rubber Stamps
Situated in the Bluegrass Region, Lexington includes all of Fayette County. The city boasts a well-developed education system and a strong economy. Lexington is particularly famous for its effective horse breeding and horse racing which has earned the city the title of “Horse Capital of the World.”
The city has one of the most stable economies in the United States. The abundance of jobs, strong entrepreneurial, manufacturing and technological support, in addition to a balanced and diverse business base has led to the economy in Lexington being described as “Fortified.” Lexington houses four Fortune 500 companies and several other large corporations such as My Favorite Things, First Lab, and First Corbin Bancorp.
There are several parks throughout the city some of the most famous include the Kentucky Horse Park, Smith Street Park and Masterson Station Park. These parks provide local residents with several facilities such as golfing, skating and so on. The Raven Run Nature Sanctuary is an attraction for nature lovers as it houses over 200 species of birds, 500 species of plants, 56 species of trees as well as other wildlife.
Fountains at the Crown Center at night, Lexington-Fayette, KY, Photo Credit Wikipedia
Other than producing quality leaguers like Josh Anderson and Hunter Pence for the Lexington Legends, the city also has two major horse racing tracks, The Red Mile and Keeneland that host equestrian and horse racing events.
Numerous museums and historic structures can also be found in Lexington. Some of the most famous ones include Aviation Museum of Kentucky, Ashland and Kentucky Theatre.