– state capital
– home of Western Kentucky University and home of the Corvette
– gateway to Mammoth Cave
– south side of Cincinnati
– home of gold and armor
– horse capital of the world and home of the University of Kentucky
– the Kentucky Derby city and Home of the University of Louisville
– quilt city
– home of Eastern Kentucky University
National Historical Park at the borders Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia, United States
national forest in Kentucky
lake in the United States of America
state of the United States of America
recreation area and former biosphere reserve (1991-2017) in the United States of America
National park and cave in Kentucky, USA
To the west of Kentucky, Missouri can boast of having St Louis, home of the Gateway Arch and Union Station.
To the northwest of Kentucky, Illinois is also the home of Abraham Lincoln in Springfield.
Kentucky's northern neighbor, Indiana has several caves to visit and is rich in covered bridges.
Another northern neighbor, an easy day-trip from Kentucky is the city of Cincinnati, home of Kings Island and the Bengals (NFL) and Reds (MLB).
East of Kentucky, West Virginia has the New River Gorge Bridge, one of the highest in the eastern US.
To the east of Kentucky (and south of West Virginia), Virginia has the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah National Park.
Tennessee shares Kentucky's southern border. Here you'll find the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the music city of Nashville and Elvis' home in Memphis.
park located in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky, United States
Kentucky is a southern state of the United States. Its state capital is Frankfort. Attractions include horse racing and beautiful lakes. Kentucky is also culturally part of the American South. It is home to famous food (Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hot Brown, and Burgoo), drink (bourbon whiskey) and music (bluegrass) traditions.
Kentucky is accessible by five Interstates:
A sixth interstate, I-69, has segments in Kentucky, but is not yet connected with an interstate-standard highway to any other state. The Kentucky segment starts at Henderson, across the Ohio River from Evansville, taking an indirect southwest course through the state as it follows older parkways (see below). The signed route passes by Madisonville and Princeton before ending near Calvert City, and from there I-69 will follow the Purchase Parkway (now signed as "Future I-69") to Fulton. A spur from I-69 running to Hopkinsville, also routed along part of a previously existing parkway, is now numbered as I-169. Kentucky's I-69 is a relatively small part of a major extension of that highway, which originally ran only from Indianapolis to the Canadian border at Port Huron, Michigan, but in the coming years will stretch all the way to the Mexican border in Texas.
Kentucky is connected to many U.S. Highways:
Greyhound offers intercity bus service.
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