All the chats in Kentucky

  1. Chats in Allen County
  2. Chats in Barren County
  3. Chats in Bell County
  4. Chats in Boone County
  5. Chats in Boyd County
  6. Chats in Bullitt County
  7. Chats in Calloway County
  8. Chats in Campbell County
  9. Chats in Carter County
  10. Chats in Christian County
  11. Chats in Daviess County
  12. Chats in Fayette County
  13. Chats in Fleming County
  14. Chats in Floyd County
  15. Chats in Franklin County
  16. Chats in Grant County
  17. Chats in Graves County
  18. Chats in Grayson County
  19. Chats in Greenup County
  20. Chats in Hardin County
  21. Chats in Harrison County
  22. Chats in Henderson County
  23. Chats in Henry County
  24. Chats in Hopkins County
  25. Chats in Jefferson County
  26. Chats in Jessamine County
  27. Chats in Johnson County
  28. Chats in Kenton County
  29. Chats in Knox County
  30. Chats in Larue County
  31. Chats in Laurel County
  32. Chats in Lincoln County
  33. Chats in Logan County
  34. Chats in Lyon County
  35. Chats in Marion County
  36. Chats in Marshall County
  37. Chats in Mason County
  38. Chats in McCracken County
  39. Chats in Meade County
  40. Chats in Mercer County
  41. Chats in Montgomery County
  42. Chats in Morgan County
  43. Chats in Muhlenberg County
  44. Chats in Nelson County
  45. Chats in Ohio County
  46. Chats in Oldham County
  47. Chats in Perry County
  48. Chats in Pike County
  49. Chats in Powell County
  50. Chats in Pulaski County

Kentucky, officially the Commonwealth of Kentucky, is one of fifty states that, together with Washington DC, make up the United States. Its capital is Frankfort and its most populous city, Louisville. It is located in the South region of the country, Southeast Center division. Bordered on the north by the Ohio River that separates it from Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, northeast by the Big Sandy and Tug Fork rivers that separate it from West Virginia, southeast by Virginia, south by Tennessee and west by the Mississippi River that separates him from Missouri. He was admitted to the Union on June 1,1792, as the 15th state.

Although the center of economic activity is the manufacture of industrialized products and tourism, much of the state is predominantly rural, with agriculture as the main source of income. Income. Previously, it was believed that the origin of the name of the state came from an Amerindian word, meaning "dark and bloody hunting ground," because the native tribes that lived in the region hunted within the dense forests of the state, and because often These tribes fought with each other in these forests, however, it is currently believed that the word Kentucky can be attributed to numerous indigenous languages, with several possible meanings.

Some of these meanings are "land of tomorrow","land of sugar cane and turkeys" and "prairie." The region where Kentucky is currently located was originally colonized by settlers in the British colony of Pennsylvania in 1774, but became controlled by Virginia during the War of Independence of 1776, and became the fifteenth US state to join the Union, on June 1,1792. Kentucky is a land with diverse environments and abundant resources. It has the longest cave system in the world, the largest length of currents and navigable channels in the continental United States, the two largest artificial lakes east of the Mississippi River and the most productive coal deposit in the country. Kentucky is known worldwide for its thoroughbred horses, horse races, bourbon distilleries, bluegrass music, tobacco and its college basketball teams.