The reason I liked this Where on Earth? so much is because without actually having been to Lexington and seeing this courthouse, you’d have a hard time figuring out where the photo was taken. There isn’t anything Googleable in the image — but if you have been, there are a few clues in the image to give you the right answer. For instance, during the Battle of Lexington II in 1864, a canon ball was fired at the far-left column of the courthouse, leaving a grapefruit-sized hole that can be seen if you study the photo above closely.
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