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Caves & Lakes 

Kentucky's Caves and Lakes region is centered around Bowling Green, Ketucky's third largest city, and home to the world's largest cave system—Mammoth Cave.
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Bowling Green is the third-largest city in Kentucky, with nearly 60,000 residents.
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Franklin is a city in Kentucky's Caves and Lakes region. The community of Franklin was recently honored as one of the “50 Best Small Southern Towns.” The area code for Franklin is 270.
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Cave City is a city located in Kentucky's Caves and Lakes region. It is the main gateway city for Mammoth Cave National Park and it's economy is largely based on tourism related to the national park.
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Mammoth Cave National Park is a United States National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Kentucky's Caves and Lakes region.
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Glasgow is a town in Kentucky's Caves and Lakes and the county seat of Barren County.
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Scottsville, the county seat of Allen County, features hunting, fishing, antique shopping and a gracious countryside in Kentucky's Caves and Lakes region.
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Brownsville is a small town in Kentucky's Caves and Lakes region. The town lies on the western edge of Mammoth Cave National Park and is the seat of Edmonson County.
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Russellville is a city in the Caves and Lakes region of Kentucky. It offers hunting, fishing, antiquing, and more.
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Auburn is a small town in the Caves and Lakes region of Kentucky. Most telephone numbers in Auburn consist of +1 270 plus a seven-digit number, but a second area code was overlaid onto the entire 270 area in February 2014.
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Morgantown is in Kentucky. Most telephone numbers in Morgantown, and in the rest of Butler County, consist of +1 270 plus a seven-digit number, but a second area code was overlaid onto the entire 270 area in February 2014.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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