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Whether you're visiting Louisville on business or for pleasure, the 'River City' will
dazzle you with its blend of restored historic sites and chic new corporate buildings,
arts, sports, and of course, race horses.
Louisville is widely known as the Derby City, because of the running of
the famed Kentucky Derby each May at Louisvilles Churchill Downs race track. But the
city has much more to offer than this one spectacular event.
|American Saddle Horse Museum
Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Belle of Louisville
Broad Run Vineyards
Caesar's Glory of Rome
Cathedral of the Assumption
Cave Hill Cemetery
E.P. "Tom Sawyer" State Park
Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center
Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides
International Museum of the Horse
Iron Works Pike
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Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery
Kentucky Center for the Arts
Louisville Science Center
McAlpine Locks and Dam
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Spirit of Jefferson
Star of Louisville
Waveland State Historic Site
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Cincinnati! Are You Kidding: by Leon Schwarzbaum.
When 'Places Rated Almanac'
rated Cincinnati as America's most livable
city, most of America snickered - "Cincinnati? Are you kidding?" was heard
across the land.
Summer in Cincinnati: by Bridget Coila.
After the winter snow has melted and the spring thunderstorms have
quieted down, Cincinnati wakes up to its most exciting season.
With many Cincinnati area
attractions open only from April through September, summer is the perfect time to visit
the 'Queen City'.
The World's Longest Outdoor Sale: by Mary Mihaly.
If the goddesses of flea marketing were to create a special little
heaven here on Earth, surely it would be the 127
Corridor Sale - or the world's longest yard sale.
Every year, beginning the first Thursday in August, treasure hunters
from all over the country brave the scorching heat and spend four days handling other
people's used stuff.
Originally starting in Covington,
Kentucky; and winding south through Tennessee, to end in Gadsden, Alabama.
In 2007 the route was extended northward from Covington and since 2010,
the sale has been extended up to Hudson, Michigan.
May Looks Great in Louisville: by Shelley Poulton.
Horses, trainers, more than 125,000 race fans and the media descend on Louisville in the month of May for the world famous Kentucky Derby.
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