The city of Louisville was founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark. The city was named after King Louis XVI of France. The city is the 29th largest city in the country.

Today, Louisville is known as the birthplace of Muhammad Ali, “The Greatest”.

It is also the home to the well known Kentucky Derby. The Derby is a horse race held annually on the first Saturday of May, and it is the beginning of a two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival.

The most important race is the two-minute race, the “Run for the Roses” at Churchill Downs.

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