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Lexington

Lexington is the second largest city in , located in the . Known as the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington has traditionally been dominated by the horse industry and is also heavily influenced by the University of Kentucky, the state's flagship university and the largest employer in the city.
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Lexington

  • Location: , , , ,
  • Population: 296,000
  • Postal codes: 40502-40517, 40522-40524, 40526, 40533, 40536, 40544, 40546, 40550, 40555, 40574-40583, 40588 and 40591
  • IATA airport code: LEX
  • United Nations Location Code: US LEX
  • Latitude: 37.9887° or 37° 59' 19.3" north
  • Longitude: -84.4777° or 84° 28' 39.8" west
  • Elevation: 968 feet (295 meters)
  • GeoNames ID: 4297983

Other Names for Lexington

  • Arabic: ليكسينغتون
  • Azerbaijani: Leksinqton
  • Bulgarian: Лексингтън
  • Chinese: 列克星敦
  • Esperanto: Leksingtono
  • French: Lexington
  • Georgian: ლექსინგტონი
  • German: Lexington
  • Hebrew: לקסינגטון
  • Italian: Lexington
  • Japanese: レキシントン
  • Kazakh: Лексингтон
  • Korean: 렉싱턴
  • Latin: Lexintonia
  • Latvian: Leksingtona
  • Lithuanian: Leksingtonas
  • Malayalam: ലെക്സിങ്ടൺ
  • Marathi: लेक्सिंग्टन
  • Persian: لکسینگتون، کنتاکی
  • Portuguese: Lexington
  • Russian: Лексингтон
  • Serbian: Лексингтон
  • Spanish: Lexington
  • Tagalog: Lexington-Fayette
  • Ukrainian: Лексингтон
  • Urdu: لیکسنگٹن، کینٹکی

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