Louisville is larger than Lexington.
Louisville, KY is the largest city in the state, followed by Lexington.
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Louisville and Lexington.
Bowling Green is a city located in Kentucky. With a 2020 population of 71,623, it is the 3rd largest city in Kentucky (after Louisville and Lexington) and the 519th largest city in the United States
Yes, Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky.
States with Cities Named LexingtonIt's probable that most states have at least one city or town named Lexington. Here are two of them:Indiana - small town near Scottsburg, about 30 miles from Louisville, KYKentucky - 2nd largest city in Kentucky and 65th largest in the US, home of the University of Kentucky Wildcats
Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky both in area and population.
Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and the capital of Kentucky is Frankfort.
It is Louisville.
Lexington KY and Louisville KY with Louisville being closer to the halfway point.
Louisville is the largest Kentucky city in both area and population.
The town that is halfway between Lexington, KY and Louisville, KY is Graefenburg, KY. It is the exact halfway point between the two towns.
The largest city in Kentucky is Louisville. It has an area of just over 1,000km squared and a population of 760,000 as of 2014.
The largest city by population is Louisville.
Louisville, Lexington, Little Rock, La Crosse
Lexington, Kentucky would be the largest city.
Frankfort is the capital of Kentucky, and Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky
for being the second largest city in Kentucky
Lexington is the second largest city in Kentucky and has a population of 308,428 people. The elevation of Lexington is 978 feet above sea level.
It is a popular city name and the largest is in KY, but you will also find a Louisville in:ColoradaGeorgiaKansasNew York