The Ancient Earthworks In Kentucky That Still Baffle Archaeologists To This Day
Here in Kentucky, we know that epic adventures abound above and below ground. From the world-famous Mammoth Caves to Red River Gorge, the Bluegrass State is surrounded by wondrous worlds just waiting to be explored. In Fayette County, Kentucky, there is another wonder that’s literally hiding in plain sight. The Mount Horeb Earthworks in Kentucky are two ancient sites that offer a fascinating glimpse into the past — the prehistoric past, that is.
Did you know about these ancient earthworks in the Bluegrass? The Mount Horeb Earthworks are a must-visit for all Kentucky historians and curious learners.
Address: Mount Horeb Pike, Mt Horeb Pike, Lexington, KY 40511, USA
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