The 1898 Fayette Co. Courthouse in Lexington, KY was designed by the Cleveland architecture firm Lehman & Schmitt. It is a fantastic example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. In the shape of a Greek cross, though appearing almost cubic, the courthouse has an entrance on each of its four sides. Each entrance is marked by a large arch & a shallow balcony above. Corbels supporting these balconies feature facing ranging from grotesque to "resembling characters from the Canterbury Tales."