Geography of Kentucky

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of Kentucky?
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Last updated: March 25, 2024
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What is the state capital of Kentucky?
On what river is the above located?
Kentucky River
What city is known as the "Horse Capital of the World" and has only a horse on its flag?
In what famous track in Louisville is the Kentucky Derby race held annually?
Churchill Downs
What region in northern Kentucky is also the name of a style of music?
What cave has over 400 miles of passages?
Mammoth Cave
What Appalachian mountain pass is located between Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia?
Cumberland Gap
What river makes the northern border of Kentucky?
Ohio River
After what Kentuckian is the main international airport of Louisville named?
Muhammad Ali
What well-known army fort stores a lot of gold?
Fort Knox
What national recreational area is mostly situated in Kentucky?
Land Between
the Lakes
What tourism program promotes the state's most famous drink, with 46 stops?
The Bourbon Trail
What "colorful" mountain has the highest peak in Kentucky?
Black Mountain
What metropolitan area, centered in another state, are the cities of
Covington, Florence and Independence part of?
What type of metal did a facility near Paducah formerly enrich between 1952–2013?
What state park in Bardstown has the namesake of Kentucky's state song?
My Old
Kentucky Home
What name is given to the westernmost section of Kentucky – a land purchased
by a the 7th U.S. president?
Jackson Purchase
What reddish small bird is the state bird of Kentucky?
Northern cardinal
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