Hogan's Fountain, Cherokee Park, Louisville, KY
Posted by: Saureus
N 38° 14.365 W 085° 41.787
16S E 614077 N 4233182
Quick Description: Fountain on the Scenic Loop drive in Louisville's Cherokee Park.
Location: Kentucky, United States
Date Posted: 7/12/2009 12:25:17 PM
Waymark Code: WM6R92
Hogan's Fountain was officially unveiled on August 31, 1905, on what was then called Bonnycastle Hill. It was sculpted by Enid Yandell and financed by the Hogan Family of Anchorage, Kentucky. Although it has very classic features, centering around the Greek god Pan, it was originally used for watering dogs and horses. Today the area around Hogan's Fountain is an active part of Cherokee Park, with a large gazebo, play fountains for the kids, baseball, and basketball.
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