Officially the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the state of Kentucky was originally part of the state of Virginia. Having achieved statehood 1782 as its 15th state, Kentucky boasts two major cities: Louisville and Lexington. Nicknamed "the Bluegrass State” because of its vast pastures, Kentucky is famous for its bourbon distilleries, horse racing, automobile production and bluegrass music.
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