Shelby County Courthouse - Shelbyville, Ky.

A few weekends ago me and Peter decided to combine our powers and take a Kentucky 120/No Destination trip through my old stomping grounds. For 3 years I lived in Oldham County and commuted to see my fiance every weekend in Lexington. Shelbyville was the mid-point of that drive, and I've always loved the town. I especially love Main Street, which looks like something out of a movie. On the west end of Main are some of the prettiest older homes in the Commonwealth, and at the center of town is the amazing Greek Revival courthouse you see above. It's really unlike anything else I've seen in Kentucky. This courthouse was built in 1913, and displaced the unique Shelbyville fountain that Peter blogged about earlier.