ⓘ Ravenna, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Ravenna, Kentucky

Before it was incorporated, Ravenna was known only as "The Village".

In order to Express sympathy for the disaster tornado of 9 June 1961, the Italian city of Ravenna has donated the design of the tiles in Ravenna, Kentucky. A copy of a late antique mosaic from the Basilica of San Vitale, tile depicts the Roman Emperor Justinian with Maximian, Bishop of Ravenna. Tiles displayed at city hall.

                                     
  • The Ravenna Motor Vehicle Service Building, at 512 Main St. in Ravenna Kentucky is a Modern Movement - style building constructed in 1949. It was listed
  • Germany Ravenna Gorge, a side valley of Hell Valley Hoellental in the Black Forest United States Ravenna Kentucky Ravenna Michigan Ravenna Township
  • the twin cities, Irvine and Ravenna Both cities sit along the Kentucky River in the central part of the county. Ravenna is home to a major CSX Transportation
  • Kentucky Route 52 and Kentucky Route 89. Irvine annually hosts the Mountain Mushroom Festival on the last weekend of April. Irvine and nearby Ravenna
  • the locomotive to a former Louisville and Nashville rail yard in Ravenna Kentucky to build a new rail - based tourist and community development center
  • of Ravenna Church of God in Ravenna Kentucky He currently serves as Associate Pastor of Bluegrass United Church of Christ in Lexington, Kentucky and
  • moved to Logansport, Indiana, forcing No. 587 to be stored in Ravenna Kentucky by the Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp until the ITM can raise funds to restore
  • Kentucky are maintained by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, which classifies routes as either primary or secondary. Some routes, such as Kentucky
  • KY 213 begins at an intersection with KY 52 Tipton Road east - northeast of Ravenna in the Daniel Boone National Forest, within Estill County. It travels