Once again we look forward to the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 30th most populous city in the United States. The estimated population taken in 2015 is 615,366 and covers a land mass of 380.46 sq. miles with 17.23 sq. miles. Most famous for the Kentucky Derby but its also famous for the Louisville Slugger, where the Major League bats are produced and where their museum is located. Louisville is a cultural crossroads. It's where Southern hospitality meets big-city amenities. Where the farms of rolling bluegrass hills meet a revitalized downtown on the rolling Ohio River. Where real Civil War stories are told at the site of a Great American Novel. And where horseracing and a heavyweight champion have made Louisville a world-famous sports destination for kings and commoners alike.
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