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Located in London, Kentucky, the Federal Building-Courthouse was built in 1911 to serve as a courthouse for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky. It was designed under the supervision of the well known architect, James Knox Taylor.

Designed in the Italian renaissance style, the Federal Building-Courthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 mostly for its architectural significance. After almost a full century of its construction, it is still being used for the same purpose it was built for and still houses offices for the government agency today.

The Federal Building-Courthouse of London, Kentucky can be found at 300 South Main Street and contacted through its telephone hotlines for any concerns, request, or inquiries.
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