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St. James Court and Central Park

St. James Court and Belgravia Courts are the crown jewels of Old Louisville.  Built on the site of the Southern Exposition of 1883-1887, the courts, with their shady greens, are among the most beautiful areas of the city. (more)

Adjacent to St. James Court, Central Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, and on the site of the old DuPont estate, continues to be a focal point of summer festivals and outdoor theater.

St. James Court:

St. James Court central fountain  The Central Fountain, St. James Court

St. James Court  The center of St. James Court...compare with the 1897 view

St. James Court  St James Court, north to south

St James Court  St James Court with one of  its lions

Lion and Court   St James Court

Pink Palace  The Pink Palace, with it's new pinkness

Pink Palace  The Pink Palace, juxtaposing the old and the new pinkness

St James Houses   A row of houses on the west side of St James Court

Venetian Gothic  A Venetian Gothic porch

 

Central Park:

Central Park Colonnade  The colonnade....compare with the 1907 view

Ramey Amphitheater in Central Park  Girl Scouts at the Ramey Amphitheater

2nd Street Thumbnails
3rd Street Thumbnails
Belgravia & 4th Street Thumbnails

More on St James Court and the St. James Art Fair

 

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