Lexington, the famous Horse Capital of the World merged with Fayette County is the second largest and highly populated city in the US state of Kentucky, with over 308,4 persons inhabiting. The city is located in the heart of Bluegrass area, Kentucky. Lexington is a place where education towers above several other industries in that economy. The city is ranked tenth among the cities of the Unites States in terms of overall college education rate. It is comprised of 39.5 percent of residents with the minimum level of education of a bachelor's degree. Education levels is not the only thing that this city has to boast about. It has numerous other landmark amenities like no other including the popular Kentucky Horse Park, Rupp Arena which is the world largest arena specific for basketball, The Red Mile and Keeneland race courses, the University of Kentucky, Transylvania University, and Bluegrass Community & Technical College. Lexington is the first US city to enact a law aimed at protecting the character of its rural area set aside for horse farming which actually gives the location its unique identity. With this legislation you are protected as a horse farmer and cannot be encroached by the urban development specialists. Any fresh development is only limited to the Urban Service Area.
Lexington is located in the state of Kentucky and has a population of 301569 .
Lexington is located at 38.046 latitude und -84.497 longitude.