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Kentucky (KY) - Real Estate
Kentucky Association of REALTORS®
161 Prosperous Place
Lexington, KY 40509
Kentucky Real Estate Commission
10200 Linn Station Rd Ste 201
Louisville, KY 40223
(502) 425-4273 - (888) 373-3300 - Fax (502) 426-2717
In 1792 Kentucky became the 15th state to enter the union.
The capital is Frankfort.
Kentucky is bounded by seven states; Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio,
Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia .
The largest cities in Kentucky are Louisville, Lexington-Fayette, Owensboro,
Bowling Green and Covington.
Agriculture in Kentucky includes horses and cattle, tobacco, dairy products
The state's industry includes the manufacturing of transportation equipment,
machinery, chemical products, food processing, tobacco products and
The town of Murray is home to the Boy Scouts of America Scouting Museum
located on the campus of Murray State University.
The Kentucky Derby is the oldest continuously held horse race in the
country. It is held at Churchill Downs in Louisville on the first Saturday
in May. The Bluegrass Country around is home to some of the world's
finest racehorses. Thunder Over Louisville is the opening ceremony for
the Kentucky Derby Festival and includes the world's largest fireworks
Mammoth Cave is the world's longest cave and was first promoted in 1816,
making it the second oldest tourist attraction in the United States.
Niagara Falls, New York is first.
The first Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant owned and operated by Colonel
Sanders is located in Corbin.
Kentucky is the state where both Abraham Lincoln, President of the Union,
and Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, were born. They were
born less than one hundred miles and one year apart.
Cumberland is the only waterfall in the world to regularly display a
Moonbow. It is located just southwest of Corbin.
More than 100 native Kentuckians have been elected governors of other
Daniel Boone and his wife Rebecca are buried in the Frankfort Cemetery.
Their son Isaac is buried at Blue Licks Battlefield near Carlisle, where
he was killed in the last battle of the Revolutionary War fought in
Thomas Edison first introduced his light bulb which he called an incandescent
light to crowds at the Southern Exposition in 1883.
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