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Which City in Kentucky?

Name these cities in Kentucky based on their starting letter and a description.
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Last updated: April 7, 2023
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Description
Letter
City
Capital of Kentucky
F
Frankfort
Most populous city in Kentucky
L
Louisville
All the Chevrolet Corvette cars has been manufactured in here since 1981
B
Bowling Green
"Horse capital of the world"
L
Lexington
Abraham Lincoln was born in a small cabin on Sinking Spring Farm near this city
H
Hodgenville
Houses the first completely U.S. owned Toyota vehicle plant.
Named in honor of Washington
G
Georgetown
Where every Post-it Note originates
C
Cynthiana
Connected to Cincinnati via the Clay Wade Bailey, John A. Roebling
and Brent Spence bridges
C
Covington
Namesake of a rom-com starring Orlando Bloom and Kirsten Dunst
E
Elizabethtown
Hometown of Johnny Depp
O
Owensboro
Was home to an uranium enrichment facility between 1952–2013
P
Paducah
This city, named after an Italian city, is the largest one that is not a county seat
F
Florence
The first major battle in the Kentucky Campaign, during the Civil War,
took place around this city
R
Richmond
Army fort that stores a lot of gold
F
Fort Knox
Where Colonel Sanders opened his first KFC
N
North Corbin
Nearest city to the Mammoth Cave
B
Brownsville
It's not the seat of France's Bourbon dynasty, but it is the seat of the Bourbon county
P
Paris
Where The Judds originated
A
Ashland
1 Comments
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Level 28
May 14, 2024
Corbin should be allowed as the answer for first KFC. If you look up on google and other informational websites, they all say Corbin, and not specifically North Corbin