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Colleges and Universities in Kentucky

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Bluegrass Region

Bluegrass Region, (eng. Bluegrass, of blue 'blue' and grass 'grass'), an approx. 20,000 km2 large area in central Kentucky, USA, where bluegrass (Poa pratensis), meadow rapeseed, is a character plant. The grass is utilized in breeding the famous thoroughbred horses around the city of Lexington. The area is a karst landscape: the limestone subsoil is pierced by numerous caves and streams.

Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park, natural park in the limestone area of Land of Ten Thousand Sinks in Kentucky, USA; created 1941, 212 km2. The main attraction in the large karst landscape is the underground caves, which together with Flint Ridge Cave in the east make up the world's longest cave system of approx. 500 km. The caves are located in different layers and are flowed through by river courses at a depth of more than 100 meters. Attractions include Frozen Niagara and Crystal Lake in addition to impressive stalactite columns and the 60-foot-tall Mammoth Dome.

Cumberland Gap

Cumberland Gap, 500 m high mountain pass on the west side of the Appalachians in the USA on the border between Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee. After the legendary pathfinder Daniel Boone cleared a road through the pass in 1775 by following an ancient Indian trail, the route, later known as the Wilderness Road, became of great importance for the early colonization of the Midwest. Approx. 300,000 settlers are believed to have used the strenuous route to cross the mountains. The pass and parts of Wilderness Road have been part of the 83 km2 large, beautiful Cumberland Gap National Historical Park since 1955.

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Alice Lloyd College Pippa Passes, KY Alice Lloyd College
Asbury College Wilmore, KY Asbury College
Asbury Theological Seminary Wilmore, KY Asbury Theological Seminary
Ashland Community and Technical College Ashland, KY
Bellarmine College Louisville, KY
Berea College Berea, KY
Bowling Green Technical College Bowling Green, KY
Brescia College Owensboro, KY Brescia College
Campbellsville University Campbellsville, KY
Central Kentucky Technical College Lexington, KY
Centre College Danville, KY
Clear Creek Baptist Bible College Pineville, KY
Cumberland College Williamsburg, KY
Cumberland Valley Technical College Pineville, KY
Draughons Junior College Bowling Green, KY
Eastern Kentucky University Richmond, KY
Elizabethtown Community College Elizabethtown, KY
Georgetown College Georgetown, KY
Hazard Community and Technical College Hazard, KY
Hazard Technical College Hazard, KY
Henderson Community College Henderson, KY
Kentucky Advanced Technology Institute Bowling Green, KY
Kentucky Christian University Grayson, KY
Kentucky Mountain Bible College Vancleve, KY
Kentucky State University Frankfort, KY
Kentucky Wesleyan College Owensboro, KY
Lexington Community College Lexington, KY
Madisonville Community College Madisonville, KY
Maysville Community College Maysville, KY
Morehead State University Morehead, KY
Murray State University Murray, KY
Northern Kentucky University Highland Heights, KY
Paducah Community College Paducah, KY
Prestonsburg Community College Prestonsburg, KY
Southeast Community College - Cumberland Campus Cumberland, KY
Southeast Community College - Middlesboro Campus Middlesboro, KY
Southeast Community College - Whitesburg Campus Whitesburg, KY
Spalding University Louisville, KY
Spencerian College - Lexington Campus Lexington, KY
Spencerian College - Louisville Campus Louisville, KY
Thomas More College Crestview Hills, KY
Transylvania University Lexington, KY
Union College Barbourville, KY
University of Kentucky Lexington, KY
University of Louisville Louisville, KY
Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, KY


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