Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville's founder, George Rogers Clark
View of 2nd Street and Main Street, Louisville, in 1846
Churchill Downs in 1901
Entrance to Fourth Street Live!, featuring marquee of the Hard Rock Cafe
Hilly terrain blankets the southwest part of the city.
Highlands district, specifically the Bonnycastle neighborhood
Werne's Row in Old Louisville
Broadway and 3rd Street downtown
Map of racial distribution in Louisville, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
Cathedral of the Assumption
L&N Building on West Broadway
19th-century bourbon bottle. One-third of all bourbon comes from Louisville.
Left to right, BB&T Building, 400 West Market, National City Tower, and the Humana Building in downtown Louisville
2018 Kentucky Derby Festival Thunder Over Louisville fireworks display, seen from the Indiana side of the Ohio River
A giant baseball bat adorns the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory.
Facade of the Frazier History Museum
Muhammad Ali Center, alongside I64 on Louisville's riverfront
The Belle of Louisville
The Kentucky Center in Downtown Louisville
Louisville Slugger Field, where the Louisville Bats play
The Kentucky Derby in progress at Churchill Downs
David Armstrong Extreme Park
Louisville Waterfront Park exhibits rolling hills, spacious lawns and walking paths in the downtown area.
A section of the Louisville Loop bike and pedestrian trail
Louisville City Hall in downtown, built 1870–1873, is a blend of Italianate styles characteristic of Neo-Renaissance.
Metro Police cruiser
Louisville Metro EMS ambulance
Grawemeyer Hall, modeled after the Roman Pantheon, is the University of Louisville's main administrative building.
Medical Office Plaza on the University of Louisville's downtown Health Sciences Campus
Kennedy Interchange ("Spaghetti Junction"), prior to the Ohio River Bridges Project
Louisville International Airport
Toonerville II Trolleys provided transportation in downtown Louisville until late 2014, before being replaced by LouLift.
Completed in 1860, the Louisville Water Tower is the oldest water tower in the U.S.
Distances to each of Louisville's sister cities on the downtown light post

Largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 29th most-populous city in the United States.

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University of Louisville

Criminal Justice Building
The University of Louisville School of Medicine opened in 1837
Grawemeyer Hall was built in 1926
The Louis D. Brandeis School of Law opened in 1846 and was named for Louis D. Brandeis in 1997
The Belknap Research Building, completed in 2005
Completed in 2001, Cardinal Park is home to 5 Cardinal athletic teams
The Quad on the Belknap Campus
Construction for 2,000 new student housing units on Shipp Avenue on July 16, 2008
Reconstruction of The Oval at 3rd Street on July 16, 2008
Preston Street on the university's Med Campus
Clinical Translational Research Building at the University of Louisville Health Sciences Campus
Campus in Panama City
The Belknap Campus' Ekstrom Library
The Health Science Campus' Kornhauser Library
2010 enrollment map
1986 enrollment map
Community Park Greek residence hall on 4th Street
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Louisville Alumni, Johnny Unitas was three-time NFL MVP, four-time champion, and elected to its Hall of Fame.
Pre game ceremonies at Cardinal Stadium
The KFC Yum! Center was completed in 2011 and is home to men's and women's basketball
Student Activities Center and Clock Tower
Belknap Campus from the Eastern Parkway overpass
Rauch Planetarium
Lutz Hall is home to the departments of Sociology, Art History, Geography, Anthropology, and Engineering
Cardiovascular Innovation Institute
The University’s Medical Research Tower
Baxter Research Building on the Louisville Health Sciences Campus
University Hospital Medical Plaza, completed in June 2008

The University of Louisville (UofL) is a public research university in Louisville, Kentucky.

Muhammad Ali

American professional boxer and activist.

Ali in 1967
Cassius Clay and his trainer Joe E. Martin (1960)
1960 Olympians: Clay won gold against Zbigniew Pietrzykowski.
On-site poster for Cassius Clay's fifth professional bout
Ali watches replay of his 1966 title fight against Henry Cooper.
Ali vs. Frazier, promotional photo
President Jimmy Carter greets Ali at a White House dinner, 1977
Ali being interviewed by WBAL-TV's Curt Anderson, 1978, Baltimore, Maryland
Ali (seen in background) at an address by Elijah Muhammad in 1964
Ali attending a Saviours' Day celebration in 1974
Ali in an art gallery during his visit to Argentina in 1971
President Ronald Reagan with Ali in the Oval Office in 1983
Ali in 1997
Ali and Michael J. Fox testify before a Senate committee on providing government funding to combat Parkinson's.
Ali's headstone, with an inscription of his quote: "Service to others is the rent you pay for your room in heaven"
President George W. Bush embraces Ali after presenting him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2005, during ceremonies at the White House
The Muhammad Ali Center, alongside Interstate 64 on Louisville, Kentucky's riverfront
Muhammad Ali pop art painting by John Stango

Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, he began training as an amateur boxer at age 12.

Hillerich & Bradsby

The "Largest Bat in the World" outside the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
Hillerich & Bradsby bat used by Babe Ruth in a 1927 game, exhibited at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

Hillerich & Bradsby Company (H&B) is an American manufacturing company located in Louisville, Kentucky that produced baseball bats for Wilson Sporting Goods, which commercialises them under the "Louisville Slugger" brand.

Falls of the Ohio National Wildlife Conservation Area

An early map of the Falls of the Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky is in the lower right
Large rugose coral (above hammer) in the Devonian Jeffersonville limestone at the Falls of the Ohio, near Louisville, Kentucky

The Falls of the Ohio National Wildlife Conservation Area is a national, bi-state area on the Ohio River near Louisville, Kentucky in the United States, administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Louisville and Nashville Railroad

Class I railroad that operated freight and passenger services in the southeast United States.

Union Station in Louisville, Kentucky
Gold Bond of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, issued 2. June 1890
Interior of an L&N dining car, ca. 1921
Louisville Terminus at Union Station with 11-story L&N Building on the left
The Georgian at St. Louis Union Station, 1970

Its first line extended barely south of Louisville, Kentucky, and it took until 1859 to span the 180-odd miles (180 mi) to its second namesake city of Nashville.

United Parcel Service

American multinational shipping & receiving and supply chain management company founded in 1907.

Merchants Parcel Delivery delivery vehicles in 1916
Ford Model T UPS delivery vehicle in 1921
Mail Boxes Etc., Inc. was re-branded as The UPS Store in 2001.
UPS Access Point in a New York City street
UPS delivery van with packages in 2013
UPS has service worldwide, including at Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport (pictured above).
UPS Boeing 747-400BCF landing at Hong Kong International Airport in 2014
1990s Grumman Olson/Navistar package car, showing 1965-design rounded nose and upper fascia
2000s propane-fueled package car in Montreal, Quebec.
Early 2010s package car in Ontario
Utilimaster-body package car on Isuzu Reach chassis in New York City
Ram ProMaster package car
Modec electric-powered van in Germany
Iveco Daily package car in Leamington Spa, United Kingdom
UPS 1990 Ford LN8000 in Seattle, Washington.
2017 Ford F-650 in New York City
UPS International 9000 towing triple trailers in Beatty, Nevada.
UPS DAF LF cabover straight truck in Plymouth, United Kingdom
UPS MAN TGL truck in Denmark
UPS e-drive electric-assisted cargo tricycle in Hamburg, Germany
UPS e-drive electric-assisted cargo tricycle in Cologne, Germany

UPS' main international hub, UPS Worldport in Louisville, Kentucky, is the fifth busiest airport in the world by cargo traffic based on preliminary statistics from ACI, and the third busiest in the United States behind FedEx's Memphis Superhub and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.

Consolidated city-county

Formed when one or more cities and their surrounding county merge into one unified jurisdiction.

Rules and orders for the regulation of the corporation when met in Common Council, Philadelphia, circa 1800–1809

Not considering Hawaii, which has no independent municipalities, the Midwest and Upper South have the highest concentration of large consolidated city-county governments in the United States, including Indianapolis, Indiana; Nashville, Tennessee; Louisville, Kentucky; Kansas City, Kansas; and Lexington, Kentucky.

Louisville International Airport

UPS Worldport Air Hub at Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport

Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, formerly known as simply Louisville International Airport, is a civil-military airport in Louisville in Jefferson County, Kentucky.

Humana

Humana Inc. is a for-profit American health insurance company based in Louisville, Kentucky.

Yum! Brands

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A single Yum! restaurant facility co-branded as Taco Bell and KFC in San Francisco, California
Another cobranded KFC and Taco Bell in Oscoda, Michigan
The KFC Yum! Center, Louisville's largest arena

Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Yum!