The largest city of Kentucky, when you look at the northeast-central part east-southeast of Louisville. A noted center for the raising of thoroughbred horses, it was named in 1775 following the Battle of Lexington. Population: 271,000.
A town of northeast Massachusetts, a residential suburb of Boston. The Battle of Lexington (April 19, 1775) marked the start of the United states Revolution. Populace: 30,200.
Any number of places in the united states, see Wikipedia:Lexington
The struggle of Lexington, among the first battles within the American Revolutionary War, see Wikipedia:Battles of Lexington and Concord
a city in east Kentucky; noted for increasing thoroughbred ponies
town in east Massachusetts near Boston in which the first struggle of the American Revolution was battled
initial battle associated with the United states Revolution (April 19, 1775)