16 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the State of Kentucky
There is a lot of here say that goes on about Kentucky. People here will say one thing, while people in other states may or may not agree. The Bluegrass State has an interesting reputation based on the obvious, like horse racing. However, there is more to our Thoroughbred state than some people may realize. Most of it we can be proud of. A thing or two, we just accept happens, and move forward. In fact, you’ll find that there are quite a few interesting facts about Kentucky, including Kentucky-made inventions, famous people, and ionic places!
Here are 16 things most people don’t know about Kentucky:
Did you know all of these interesting facts about Kentucky? Which one was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!
The Bluegrass State has a very colorful and entertaining history, with a few old traditions still honored today, even in politics. We have stuck to the southern code, for the most part. If you know of any other interesting, or little known facts about Kentucky, feel free to comment.
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Interesting Facts About Kentucky
February 23, 2021
Are there more interesting facts about Kentucky that we don’t know about?
There definitely are! One more interesting thing is that both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis were born in Kentucky, only 100 miles away from each other, and only one year apart. Kentucky has contributed many great people to our nation’s history!
What is Kentucky famous for?
Kentucky is famous for many things, but the top two things its most famous for are the Kentucky Derby horse race, and the fact that it’s the birthplace of bourbon.
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