Cave Hill is a National Cemetery and arboretum containing flora not found anywhere else in Kentucky and several of the largest of their kind trees in the state including a Caucasian Wingnut tree with a circunference of twenty one and a half feet. It is the final resting place for many luminaries in Louisville history including General George Rogers Clark and Colonel Harland Sanders (the founder of KFC). I've spent many hours wandering the grounds and probably still haven't seen it all.
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