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The state of Kentucky is located in the south-central region of the United States of America. Its neighbors are West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. The state capital of Kentucky is Frankfort. The state is known for its horse farms, bourbon distilleries, mountain hollows, bluegrass music, moonshine stills, and the Kentucky Derby. Daniel Boone National Forest takes up a large tract of land within the state.
The key industries in the state of Kentucky include manufacturing, services, finance, insurance, real estate, retail trade, and public utilities. Goods manufactured include transportation and industrial machinery, apparel, food products, and electronic equipment. Agricultural crops in Kentucky are tobacco, corn, and soybean. Top employers with office space and other facilities in Kentucky include Chevrolet, Cadillac, Ford, Lincoln, and Toyota.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to see and do in Kentucky, including the famous of the Kentucky Derby event, the historic city of Louisville, the Lakes National Recreational Area, Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, Mammoth Cave National Park, Hodgenville - Lincoln’s birthplace, My Old Kentucky Home State Park in Bardstown, Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, the Kentucky Horse Park, and Shaker Village. Kentucky’s cuisine mimics traditional Southern cooking, while blending some Midwestern aspects. Area specialties include fried chicken, the Kentucky Hot Brown – a toasted bread sandwich with turkey, bacon, tomatoes, all topped with Mornay sauce. Colonel Harland Sanders founded Kentucky Fried Chicken in Corbin, Kentucky.
There are three prominent airports in Kentucky; Louisville International Airport, Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport, and Lexington’s Blue Grass Field. Greyhound operates a number of useful coach routes that connect the key towns in the state. Most people choose to drive in Kentucky and Interstate Highways 64, 65, 71, and 75 cross the state.