View pieces of Berlin Wall in Fayette County and D.C.

Kentuck Knob, the house that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for ice cream maker I.N. Hagan and his wife, Bernardine, in the mid-1950s, has two graffiti-covered pieces.  After the Hagans sold Kentuck Knob to businessman Lord Peter Palumbo in 1986, the Londoner filled the home and gardens with his eclectic art and purchases, including two pieces of the wall. One is in the sculpture meadow, the other along the drive leading up to the house.

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