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Welcome to Kentucky

Kentucky is a US state located in the East-Central part of the country. While Kentucky is usually considered to be a Southern state, it's still sometimes geographically included in the Midwest. Kentucky is one of only four states known as a commonwealth. The state was once part of Virginia, and in 1792 it officially became the 15th state to be admitted into the Union. Population wise, Kentucky ranks 26th in the country, and in terms of land size, it ranks 37th.

Nicknamed "The Bluegrass State", Kentucky contains many pastures and lawns where bluegrass appears to be present. The landscape is very diverse, and the resources are abundant. The longest cave system in the world is located in Kentucky, as well as the two biggest man made lakes found in the eastern part of the US.

The state is home to the largest number of turkey and deer in the entire country. Kentucky also has one of the most productive coalfields in the US. Some of the most popular activities in Kentucky include horse racing (The annual Kentucky Derby), bluegrass music, bourbon distilleries, tobacco growing, car manufacturing, natural gas production, carpentry and more.

In addition to the Kentucky Derby, some other very famous attractions in the state include the Military Museum, Old Fort Harrod State Park, and the Mammoth Cave.

The origin of the name "Kentucky" has never officially been identified. One theory suggests that the term means "dark and bloody ground", but that has been debunked, as it isn't connected with any known language of the Native American tribes. Perhaps the most probable etymology of the term comes from the Iroquoian language and means "prairie" or "meadow".

Seven states border Kentucky, including West Virginia from the east and Virginia from the southeast. Tennessee border Kentucky from the south and Missouri from the west. Indiana and Illinois both border Kentucky from the northwest and Ohio borders it from the north and northeast.

Due to its southeastern location, Kentucky's climate can be mainly described as being humid and subtropical. All average high temperatures of each month are above freezing. The average temperatures in Kentucky range from 87 F in the summer and 23 F in the winter. All four seasons are experienced in Kentucky, with vast variations in the winter and summer.

Kentucky's wildlife reintroduction programs are some of the most successful in US history. In 1997, during the winter, the eastern counties decided to restock elk, even though they had been extinct from that area for nearly two hundred years. Within ten years, the state's herd had grown to be the largest east of the Mississippi.

Kentucky's estimated population is more than four million, and some of its large cities include Louisville, Lexington, Ashland, Pikeville, and Owensboro. The population of Kentucky has increased every single decade in recorded history. However, since 1900, the rural counties in the state have experienced a loss of more than a million people (from migration), while the larger cities have experienced a net gain. As of 2004, the state's population density is approximately 101.7 per square mile. Kentucky's population center is located in the city of Willisburg in Washington County.

State of Kentucky

Quick Facts

10.8% of population is persons 65 years old and over.
7.3% of population is persons under 5 years old.
26.1% of population is persons under 18 years old.

Total area 40,409 sq mi.
Largest County by area is Jefferson 787 square miles.
State of Kentucky Official Website
Kentucky Department of Motor Vehicles Telephone: 502-564-1257
Kentucky Department of Education Telephone: 502-564-4770

Ten largest cities by population: Louisville, Lexington, Owensboro, Bowling Green, Covington, Richmond, Hopkinsville, Henderson, Florence, Frankfort.

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