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The Confederate Monument in Kentucky is an impressive tribute neighboring the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus. The extraordinary monument is a tourism attraction in Louisville because of its imposing seventy-foot structure and attractive surroundings. The Confederate Monument was completed in 1895 and dedicated in conjunction with the 29th Grand Army of the Republic’s annual reunion.

The Confederate Monument is conveniently located at the intersection of 2nd and 3rd Streets, making it a well-situated place to stop while enjoying the many other sights of Louisville, Kentucky. The monument is built of granite with Confederate soldiers made of bronze. The base of the structure is substantial as well. The National Register of Historic Places adopted the Confederate Monument in 1997 along with sixty other sites in Kentucky related to the Civil War. The memorial is among countless things to do in Louisville and it is among the activities with a historical basis.

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